We are pleased to provide this bibliography of optometric and vision articles. Unfortunately, the American Optometric Assocation has stopped offering the services through ILAMO where you could have requested the actual articles you were interested in. Most of the articles in the bibliography can be found on the internet by copy and pasting the title and author information into your favorite search engine. In the future, we will add links to the articles on the internet.

Link Author Title Publishedsort icon Pages Referenced Date
view B. Evans, N. Drasdo, I. Richards Vision Aspects of Dyslexia- A Controlled Matched-Group Study Vision Sciences p 1 1991 (August)
view Shuper, Charlotte, Fuchs, Albert F. Development of Conjugate Human Eye Movements Vision Research 585-596/28 #5 1988
view Eli Peli The visual effects of head-mounted display are not distinguishable from those of desktop display Vision Research 2053-2066/Vol.38 1998
view Kahmeng Chung, Norhani Mohidin, Daniel J. O'Leary Undercorrection of myopia enhances rather than inhibits myopia progression Vision Research 2555-2559/Vol.42 2002
view Paul van Donkelaar, Gabriel Gunthier, Jean Blouin, Jean-Louis Vercher The Role of Ocular Muscle Proprioception During Modifications in Smooth Pursuit Output Vision Research Vol. 37, No.6 1997
view Gabriel Gunthier, Jean-Louis Vercher, David Zee Changes in Ocular Alignment and Pointing Accuracy After Sustained Passive Rotation of One Eye Vision Research Vol. 34, No. 19 1994
view Browm, A. M., Dobson, V., Maier, J. Visual Acuity of Human Infants at Scotopic, Mesopic and Photopic Luminances Vision Res. 1845-1858/27 #10 1987
view Koretz, Handelman, Brown Analysis of Human Crystalline Lens Curvature as a Funciton of Accommodative State and Age Vision Res. 1141-1151/Vol. 24 1984
view Cornsweet, T.N. and Crane, H.D. Training the Visual Accommodation System Vision Res. pp713-715/ Vol. 13 1973 (March)
view Ebenholtz, Sheldon Accommodative Hysteresis as a Function of Target-Dark Focus Separation Vision Res. 925-929/ Vol. 32 No. 5 1992 (May)