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 Authorsort icon Title Published Pages Referenced Date
view A Sale, J. Vetencourt, P. Medini, M. Cenni, L. Baroncelli, R. De Pasquale, L. Maffei Environmental enrichment in adulthood promotes amblyopia recovery through a reduction of intracortical inhibition Nature Neuroscience 2007
view A Sampedro, J Richman, M Pardo The Adult Developmental Eye Movement Test (A-DEM): A Tool for Saccadic Eval in Adults Journal of Behavioral Optometry vol 14, no 4, pp 101-105 2003
view A Schaefer, J Schonfelder Binocular coordination of voluntary horizontal saccadic eye movements in childhood and possible... Sixth European Conference on Eye Movements Proceedings, Sept:124 1991
view A Sherman Relating vision disorders to learning disability J Am Optom Assoc 44: 140-41 1973
view A Sherman Myopia can often be prevented, controlled or eliminated J Behav Optom 4(1): 16-22 1993
view A Slater, C Von der Schulenberg, E Brown, M Baden Newborn infants prefer attractive faces. Infant Behav Dev 21(2): 345-354 1998
view A Spielmann Nystagmus Curr Opin Opthalmol 5 (5): 20-24 1994 (October)
view A Wilkins, R Milroy, I Nimmo-Smith, A Wright... Preliminary observations concerning treatment of visual discomfort and associated perceptual dis. Opthalmol Physiol Opt 12: 257-263 1992
view A Yates Current status and future directions of research on the American Indian child Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry 315-31 1988
view A. Bowers, R. Woods, E. Peli Preferred Retinal Locus and Reading Rate with Four Dynamic Text Presentation Formats Optometry and Vision vol 81, no. 3, pp 206-213 2004 (March)