Raymond F. Gorman

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A growing body of research has centered on the issue of the relationship between financial and environmental performance. The lack of consensus in this literature can be attributed to several factors. The cost of complying with environmental regulation can be significant and detrimental to shareholder wealth maximization. Conversely, a firm that can(More)
  • R F Gorman
  • Journal of manipulative and physiological…
  • 1993
OBJECTIVE To demonstrate the value of quantitative static perimetry, in research and practice of spinal manipulation therapy, by reference to the recovery of uniocular loss of vision. CLINICAL FEATURES A 44-yr-old housewife presented with nonspecific bilateral visual field loss. This visual disability disappeared immediate to pan-spinal manipulation under(More)
  • R F Gorman
  • Journal of manipulative and physiological…
  • 1995
OBJECTIVE To discuss the case of a patient who demonstrated that spinal injuries may cause both cortical and ocular visual loss that was ameliorated by manipulative care. CLINICAL FEATURES The patient suffered separate incidents of binocular and monocular loss of vision. A female child, aged 9 yr, presented with bilateral concentric narrowing of the(More)
  • R F Gorman
  • Journal of manipulative and physiological…
  • 1995
OBJECTIVE To discuss a case of presumptive optic nerve ischemia successfully treated by spinal manipulative therapy. CLINICAL FEATURES A 62-yr-old male patient suffered from a 1-wk history of monocular visual defect in association with headaches and neck strain. Ocular examination revealed no pathology in the optic nerve head or retina that could explain(More)
OBJECTIVE To discuss the case of a patient with severely reduced visual fields arising from terminal glaucomatous retinal damage and the treatment of this condition by spinal manipulation. CLINICAL FEATURES A 25-year-old uniocular female patient with congenital glaucoma sought chiropractic treatment for spinal pain, headache, and classic migraine.(More)
OBJECTIVE To discuss a patient whose spinal abnormalities may have caused subliminal visual field loss. CLINICAL FEATURES A 22-yr-old man suffered from a painful neck. His vision was in the normal range, as measured by computerized static perimetry. INTERVENTION AND OUTCOME To define a guideline for a proposed investigation into visual field changes(More)
  • R F Gorman
  • Journal of manipulative and physiological…
  • 1996
OBJECTIVE To discuss a case history wherein microvascular spasm of the optic nerve was treated by spinal manipulation. CLINICAL FEATURES A 62-yr-old man developed a scotoma in the vision of the right eye during chiropractic treatment. INTERVENTION AND OUTCOME Spinal manipulation treatment was continued with total resolution of the scotoma. The rate of(More)
The past decade has witnessed numerous challenges to the axioms of the von Neumann-Morgenstern utility maximizing theory of individual behavior. Most of these challenges have come from the field of psychology and have been in the form of experiments on humans which demonstrate frequent violations of these axioms. This cross fertilization between economics(More)