Journal Information
Vol. 13. Issue 3.
Pages 137-212 (July - September 2020)
Oculomotor Dysfunctions: Evidence-Based Practice
David P. Piñero
J Optom. 2020;13:137-8
Open access
A systematic review about the impact of phakic intraocular lenses on accommodation
Carlos J. Hernández-Rodríguez, David P. Piñero
J Optom. 2020;13:139-45
Open access
Original articles
Myopia and its progression in children in London, UK: a retrospective evaluation
Karen Wong, Annegret Dahlmann-Noor
J Optom. 2020;13:146-54
Open access
Reading eye movements in traumatic brain injury
Ashwini V C Reddy, Revathy Mani, Ambika Selvakumar, Jameel Rizwana Hussaindeen
J Optom. 2020;13:155-62
Open access
The effect of gaming on accommodative and vergence facilities after exposure to virtual reality head-mounted display
Alvin J. Munsamy, Husna Paruk, Bronwyn Gopichunder, Anela Luggya, Thembekile Majola, Sneliswa Khulu
J Optom. 2020;13:163-70
Open access
Frequency of undetected binocular vision anomalies among ophthalmology trainees
Ayisha Atiya, Jameel Rizwana Hussaindeen, Supraja Kasturirangan, Srikanth Ramasubramanian, K. Swathi, Meenakshi Swaminathan
J Optom. 2020;13:185-90
Open access
Bibliometric study of scientific research on optometric visual therapy
Alicia Ruiz-Pomeda, Cristina Álvarez-Peregrina, Francisco Javier Povedano-Montero
J Optom. 2020;13:191-7
Open access
An investigation of low power convex lenses (adds) for eyestrain in the digital age (CLEDA)
Robert Yammouni, Bruce JW Evans
J Optom. 2020;13:198-209
Open access
Scientific letter
Gamification, serious games and action video games in optometry practice
Marc Argilés, Laura Asensio Jurado, Lluïsa Quevedo Junyent
J Optom. 2020;13:210-1
Open access
Journal of Optometry

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