Journal of Optometry
ISSN: 1888-4296

Journal of Optometry The Journal of Optometry (J Optom) is the scientific double blind peer-reviewed publication of the Spanish General Council of Optometrists (www.cgcoo.es). Audience of J Optom includes Optometrists, Ophthalmologists and Visual Scientists as well as undergraduate and post-graduate students in these fields. The J Optom welcomes the submission of original manuscripts and reviews describing clinical and experimental research in the field of Optometry, Ophthalmic Optics, Ocular Surface and Basic and Applied Visual Science in general; research on Instruments and Techniques, Reports of Clinical Cases, and clinically relevant laboratory investigations are also welcomed. Journal of Optometry accepts and publishes articles in English. It is an open access journal. All of its articles are freely available without charge and distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- NoDerivatives 4.0 International licence.
The journal will be published every 3 months and is accessible for free this web: http://www.journalofoptometry.org. The J Optom publishes Full-Length Original Articles, Scientific Letters, Critical Reviews, Editorials, Letters to Editor and other Authors. Manuscripts must be submitted in English language irrespective of the native language of the authors. Within each issue, all abstracts will be translated into Spanish by the Editorial Office.

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1.65

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0.83

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Issue
Vol. 13. Issue 1.
Pages 1-70 (January - March 2020)
Editorial
Data, the future of Science and Clinical Practice
José M. González-Méijome, Rafael Navarro Belsué
J Optom. 2020;13:1-2
Open access
Review
Sources of error in clinical measurement of the amplitude of accommodation
David H. Burns, Peter M. Allen, David F. Edgar, Bruce J.W. Evans
J Optom. 2020;13:3-14
Open access
Original articles
Peripheral refraction and spherical aberration profiles with single vision, bifocal and multifocal soft contact lenses
Cathleen Fedtke, Klaus Ehrmann, Ravi C. Bakaraju
J Optom. 2020;13:15-28
Open access
Presbyopic correction use and its impact on quality of vision symptoms
Ahmed Sivardeen, Colm McAlinden, James S. Wolffsohn
J Optom. 2020;13:29-34
Open access
Differential visual acuity – A new approach to measuring visual acuity
Susan J. Leat, Cristina Yakobchuk-Stanger, Elizabeth L. Irving
J Optom. 2020;13:41-9
Open access
Patient selection to optimize near vision performance with a low-addition trifocal lens
Joaquín Fernández, Manuel Rodríguez-Vallejo, Javier Martínez, Ana Tauste, David P. Piñero
J Optom. 2020;13:50-8
Open access
The relationship between clinical measures of aniseikonia and stereoacuity before and after LASIK
Ivana Mravicic, Maja Bohac, Selma Lukacevic, Kruno Jagaric, Merlak Maja, Sudi Patel
J Optom. 2020;13:59-68
Open access
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