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 (www.cgcoo.es). 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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2.3
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0.812
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From January 2021, the Spanish General Council of Optometry covers 50% of the Article Publishing Charge (APC).
This means that authors or funding entity accept to pay 50% of APC in case of acceptance of their manuscript. APC structure for Journal of Optometry can be checked here.
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Issue
Vol. 14. Issue 3.
Pages 227-296 (July - September 2021)
Editorial
Advances in Research in Binocular Vision
Juan A. Portela-Camino
J Optom. 2021;14:227-8
Open access
Original articles
Is reading rate in digital eyestrain influenced by binocular and accommodative anomalies?
Robert Yammouni, Bruce J.W. Evans
J Optom. 2021;14:229-39
Open access
Public knowledge of low vision and blindness, and readability of on-topic online information
Marta Lupón, Genís Cardona, Manuel Armayones
J Optom. 2021;14:240-6
Open access
Vision therapy for intermittent exotropia: A case series
Martin Ming-Leung Ma, Ying Kang, Chao Chen, Cuiyun Su, Zhen Tian, Meihua Le
J Optom. 2021;14:247-53
Open access
Introducing a new method of retinoscopy for refraction of infants and young children: The “Mirza” tele lens retinoscopy
Ali Mirzajani, Rasoul Amini Vishteh, Masoumeh Khalilian
J Optom. 2021;14:254-62
Open access
Comparison, within-session repeatability and normative data of three phoria tests
Alessio Facchin, Silvio Maffioletti
J Optom. 2021;14:263-74
Open access
The repeatability and reproducibility of four techniques for measuring horizontal heterophoria: Implications for clinical practice
Nicola S. Anstice, Bianca Davidson, Bridget Field, Joyce Mathan, Andrew V. Collins, Joanna M. Black
J Optom. 2021;14:275-81
Open access
Vestibulo ocular reflex in multiple sclerosis patients without any optic neuritis
Javad Heravian Shandiz, Sadegh Jafarzadeh, Habibeh Fathi, Mohsen Foroughipour, Maliheh Karimpour
J Optom. 2021;14:282-6
Open access
Feasibility of optical quality analysis system for the objective assessment of accommodation insufficiency: a phase 1 study
Esther López-Artero, Nuria Garzón, Manuel Rodríguez-Vallejo, María García-Montero
J Optom. 2021;14:287-94
Open access
Letter to the editor
The extent of scam in the scientific world — How intellectual can the scam appear?
Jameel Rizwana Hussaindeen
J Optom. 2021;14:295-6
Open access
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