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  • Research articles by Geoff Shayler

    Research articles published in professional journals by Geoff Shayler :-

     

    1. Kinesiology - has it a use in Optometric Practice? IASK conference, Kings College, London University,1997
    2. Functional visual fields - Their importance in the assessment of children with educational difficulties, Optician August 11, 2000 No 5763 Vol 220
    3. Functional Visual Fields and Dural Torque, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy April 2000 (US)
    4. Vision Therapy in Practice, 20/20 Europe, Oct 2001
    5. Yoked Prisms, BABO, 2002
    6. Using the Laser pointer in Optometry, Optometry Today, Oct 18th 2002
    7. Identifying Functional Visual Field problems in Adults, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy, April 2002) (US)
    8. Visual fields and a new Model of the Island of Vision, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy ,April 2003 (US)
    9. Identifying Functional field problems in Adults and their relationship with reading range, Societe d'Optometrie d'Europe 179, 2003
    10. Childhood visual problems and education Part 1 Near point and educational performance, Optometry Today, Oct 2003
    11. Childhood visual problems and education Part 2 Educational performance and accommodative flexibility, Optometry Today, Oct 2003
    12. Childhood visual problems and education Part 3 Educational and visual performance links, Optometry Today, Nov 2003
    13. Vision and Learning, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy, April 2004
    14. Stress and Reading, BABO, Feb 2005
    15. Stress and Reading: a Neurological Approach, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy, April 2005 (US)
    16. Skeffingtons Circles and Functional Visual Fields, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy, Apr 2006
    17. The effects of reduced near visual function, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy, Feb 2008
    18. Hidden vision problems in Parkinson’s and stroke patients, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy, Mar 2009
    19. Optometric remediation for problems caused by Visual Display Unit use, Optometry Today, Aug 2009, (peer reviewed)
    20. A little gem of a book, Environmental and Occupational Optometry, (book review), Optometry Today, Nov 2009
    21. Using the Bagolini lens in Vision therapy practice, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy, Mar 2010
    22. Ageing vision, Part 1: Neurology of vision, A new model, Optometry Today 14.01.11(CET approved article)
    23. Deux tests simples, pour reconnaitre l’enfant qui echole a l’ecole, du fait de difficultes de traitment visual, LRO La Revue, No 36, January 2011, p36-42
    24. Ageing vision, Part 2: Visual features of Parkinson’s Disease, Optometry Today 28/1/11 p37-40(CET approved article)
    25. Ageing vision, Part 3: Visual dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease Optometry Today 11/2/11 p 37-40(CET approved article)
    26. Ageing vision, Part 4: The role of optometrists in identifying visual problems in patients with Alzheimers or Parkisons Diseases Optometry Today , 25.02.11, p41-44 (CET approved article)
    27. Breaking the Fall, Optician, 17.06.11 p17
    28. Neurology, a new model of vision, Optometrie, Fachpubikation fur Augenoptik (Germany) vol 4 2011, p64-67
    29. Ageing vision, Part 2: Visual features of Parkinson’s Disease, Optometrie, Fachpubikation fur Augenoptik (Germany) 1 2012
    30. Ageing vision, Part 3: Visual dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease Optometrie, Fachpubikation fur Augenoptik (Germany) 2 2012
    31. Ageing vision, Part 4: The role of optometrists in identifying visual problems in patients with Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s Diseases Optometrie, Fachpubikation fur Augenoptik (Germany) 3 2012
    32. Syntonic Theory and the Visual Process, Journal of Optometric Phototherapy, Mar 2012
    33. Vision, Posture and Manipulative therapies, BOAF Journal, 2012
    34. Vision and Falls, Optometry Today, 20.06.14, 52-55 (CET approved article)
    35. The use of models to help our understanding of vision, Optometry and Visual Performance, Vol3, Iss 3
    36. The association of Static (form) and motion coherence thresholds with various measures of visual and scholastic performance, Optometry and Visual Performance,Vol 4, Iss 16, 2016, Nov

     

    Papers by other researchers quoting our studies

    1. Relationship between accommodative and vergence dysfunctions and academic achievement for primary school children,Hoy S. Shin1, Sang C. Park2, Chun M. Park1 Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics Volume 29, Issue 6, pages 615–624, November 2009 (Korea)
    2. The relationship between functional visual fields, selected optometric tests and reading achievement in primary grades, Stephan Berner, MSc thesis, Aalen University, March 2010
    3. Contrasting olfaction, vision, and audition as predictors of cognitive change and impairment in non-demented older adults, May 2018 Neuropsychology 32(4):450-460 DOI: 10.1037/neu0000439, Stuart W. S. MacDonald Connor J. C. Keller Paul W H Brewster Roger A. Dixon
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