J W Streff

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When an individual experiences a head injury, trauma shatters the patient's environment as well as affecting her/his body and physiology. Visual neuro-motor functions serve as a major link between self control and the perception of the environment. Information about the visual neurological pathways and their specialized functions serve to guide visual(More)
  • J W Streff
  • Journal of the American Optometric Association
  • 1977
This paper presents some parallels between the issues relating to our young population's difficulty in vision performance facing optometry in 1976 and medical eye care in the late 1800's. Three specific elements are identified and discussed: namely, (1) difference in practice of optometry and our organizational efforts; (2) the lack of agreed-upon clinical(More)
A study was made to check the reliability of dynamic retinoscopy findings in a modification of the bell retinoscopy technique. The study was to compare findings between two examiners, the authors. Selected subjects in the test sample were retested to determine if the retinoscopy techniques were a variable. One examiner was measuring the light shadow edge of(More)
  • J W Streff
  • Journal of the American Optometric Association
  • 1975
S.G. still manifests many of the behavior characteristics of an autistic child. Optometric vision care was significant in that it did allow S.G. to develop better visual contact, longer periods of meaningful attentiveness, and to establish some rudimentary relationships with situations and people. His visual contact is still quite limited to things and(More)
This study tested the effect of a visually directed intervention program on changes in standardized test results of intelligence quotient and achievement during kindergarten. Two groups of 19 kindergarten children from equivalent schools were matched for intelligence quotient, age, and sex. Fall and Spring measurements were made in the following areas:(More)
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