Journal of Optometry
ISSN: 1888-4296

The Journal of Optometry (J Optom) is the scientific double blind peer-reviewed publication of the Spanish General Council of Optometry ( Audience of J Optom includes optometrists, ophthalmologists and visual scientists, other professionals and researchers with interests in vision and the eye as well as undergraduate and post-graduate students in those fields. The J Optom welcomes the submission of original manuscripts, reviews, case reports and scientific letters describing clinical and experimental research in all fields related with the eye and vision. Journal of Optometry is an open access journal that publishes articles in English.

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Vol. 16. Issue 2.
Pages 91-174 (April - June 2023)
Original articles
Does visual acuity predict visual preference in progressive addition lenses?
Richard Legras, Marc Vincent, Gildas Marin
J Optom. 2023;16:91-9
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Fixation disparity and refractive error among first-year optometry students
Mohammed Abdul-Kabir, Eldrick Adu Acquah, Ebenezer Justice Quainoo
J Optom. 2023;16:100-6
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Cognitive workload affects ocular accommodation and pupillary response
Matjaž Mihelčič, Anja Podlesek
J Optom. 2023;16:107-15
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Opportunities and threats to contact lens practice in Spain
Clara Martínez-Pérez, César Villa-Collar, Jacinto Santodomingo-Rubido, Lakshmi Shinde, Nilesh Thite, James S. Wolffsohn
J Optom. 2023;16:116-27
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Evaluating the efficacy of Quantum Molecular Resonance (QMR) electrotherapy in mixed-type dry eye patients
Alexandra Trivli, Efthymios Karmiris, Georgios Dalianis, Alfredo Ruggeri, Chryssa Terzidou
J Optom. 2023;16:128-34
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A lower birth weight percentile is associated with central corneal thickness thinning: Results from the Gutenberg Prematurity Eye Study (GPES)
Achim Fieß, Stephanie D. Grabitz, Eva Mildenberger, Michael S. Urschitz, Agnes Fauer, Ulrike Hampel, Joanna Wasielica-Poslednik, Fred Zepp, Norbert Pfeiffer, Alexander K. Schuster
J Optom. 2023;16:143-50
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A Delphi study to identify and assess professional competencies in the education of optometrists
Guadalupe Rodríguez-Zarzuelo, Ángela Gómez-Niño, Raúl Martín-Herranz
J Optom. 2023;16:151-66
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Optometry research in Spain: Topics of interest, institutions and investigators
Genis Cardona, Laura Puigdueta-Carrera, Nathan Efron
J Optom. 2023;16:167-74
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