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Reliability of refraction--a literature review.
  • D. Goss, T. Grosvenor
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Optometric Association
  • 1 October 1996
BACKGROUND The repeatability (reliability) of methods of measuring refractive error is an important consideration in patient management decisions and in research design and interpretation. SeveralExpand
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Inter-Examiner Repeatability of Heterophoria Tests
Relatively few studies have reported on the repeatability of heterophoria (phoria) measurement procedures. The purpose of this study was to assess the inter-examiner repeatability of seven clinicalExpand
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Progression of Myopia in Youth: Age of Cessation
  • D. Goss, R. Winkler
  • Medicine
  • American journal of optometry and physiological…
  • 1 August 1983
ABSTRACT Patient records of young myopes were collected from three optometry practices. An index of the age at which increases of myopia in young people cease was derived using four differentExpand
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Sensory, Cognitive, and Linguistic Factors in the Early Academic Performance of Elementary School Children
Standardized sensory, perceptual, linguistic, intellectual, and cognitive tests were administered to 470 children, approximately 96% of the students entering the first grade in the four elementaryExpand
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Reliability of and comparisons among methods of measuring dissociated phoria.
Many methods of heterophoria measurement are available clinically. This paper reviews several studies which have examined the reliability of phoria measurements, and have compared various tests ofExpand
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Reliability of rotary prism fusional vergence ranges.
BACKGROUND The measurement of fusional vergence ranges is an important clinical test in the assessment of binocular vision status. Fusional vergence ranges are typically measured by recording aExpand
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Clinical Accommodation and Heterophoria Findings Preceding Juvenile Onset of Myopia
  • D. Goss
  • Medicine
  • Optometry and vision science : official…
  • 1 February 1991
This study was performed to test the hypothesis that accommodation and convergence differences precede the onset of myopia in children. Records of children who were emmetropic and became myopicExpand
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Variables Related to the Rate of Childhood Myopia Progression
  • D. Goss
  • Medicine
  • Optometry and vision science : official…
  • 1 August 1990
This study was undertaken to examine the relations between the rate of childhood myopia progression and variables available in patient records. Data were obtained from four private optometryExpand
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Selected review on genetic factors in myopia.
This article reviews representative literature concerning pedigrees for myopia, heritability studies on refractive error and the ocular components, and other work relating to genetic factors inExpand
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Clinical Findings Before the Onset of Myopia in Youth: I. Ocular Optical Components
Purpose A study was conducted to identify variables that were different in children who were emmetropic and became myopic and in children who remained emmetropic. Methods A cohort of initiallyExpand
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