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Journal of Optometry The Journal of Optometry (J Optom) is the scientific doble 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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CiteScore 2017
1.56

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Vol. 11. Num. 2.April - June 2018
Pages 67-132
Editorial
Publication bias and the chase for statistical significance
Iván Marín-Franch
J Optom 2018;11:67-8
Original Articles
Beta2 adrenergic receptor silencing change intraocular pressure in New Zealand rabbits
Patricia Loma, Ana Guzman-Aranguez, Maria J. Perez de Lara, Jesus Pintor
J Optom 2018;11:69-74
More sensitive correlation of afferent pupillary defect with ganglion cell complex
Eulogio Besada, Barry J. Frauens, Rim Makhlouf, Diana Shechtman, Julie Rodman, Marlon Demeritt, Patrick Hardigan
J Optom 2018;11:75-85
Orbital magnetic resonance imaging is useful in age-related distance esotropia
Pilar Gómez de Liaño Sanchez, Gloria Olavarri González, Pilar Merino Sanz, Jose C. Escribano Villafruela
J Optom 2018;11:86-92
Influence of refractive error on pupillary dynamics in the normal and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) populations
James Q. Truong, Nabin R. Joshi, Kenneth J. Ciuffreda
J Optom 2018;11:93-102
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