Instrument myopia conceptions, misconceptions, and influencing factors

@article{Wesner1986InstrumentMC,
  title={Instrument myopia conceptions, misconceptions, and influencing factors},
  author={Michael F. Wesner and Raymond J. Miller},
  journal={Documenta Ophthalmologica},
  year={1986},
  volume={62},
  pages={281-308}
}
The literature on instrument myopia is reviewed, with the review organized around three principal objectives. One is to describe and discuss various factors that may influence the degree to which instrument myopia is manifested, including monocular vs. binocular viewing, age, direction of focus, illumination level, fatigue, magnification, astigmatic variations, optical decentration, perceived proximity of the target and peripheral surround, and experience. The second objective is to discuss the… CONTINUE READING

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