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Scientific Studies on the Relationship between Learning, Reading, Vision Therapy, and Vision Disorders

  1. American Optometric Association. Definition of optometric vision therapy, St. Louis, MO, June 1991.
  2. American Optometric Association. Fact sheets on optometric vision therapy, St. Louis, MO, June 1992.
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  5. Virginia Department of Education. Literacy Passport Exam, 1988.
  6. Future of Visual Development/Performance Task Force. Report on the efficacy of optometric vision therapy. J Am Optom Assoc 59(2):95-105, 1988.
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  12. American Academy of Pediatrics, American Association for Pediatric Opthalmology and Strabismus, American Academy of Opthalmology. Position statement on learning disabilities, dyslexia, add/adhd and vision. Pediatrics, 90(1):124-125, 1992.
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  20. Kran B, Duckman R. Divergence excess exotropia. J Am Optom Assoc 58(11):921-930, 1987.
  21. Liu J.S., Lee M., Jang J., Ciuffreda K.J., Wong J.H., Grisham D., Stark L. Objective assessment of accommodation orthoptics: 1. Dynamic, insufficiency. Am J Optom & Physiol Opt 56(5):285-291, 1979.
  22. Rouse M. Management of binocular anomalies: efficacy of vision therapy in the treatment of accommodative deficiencies. . Am J Optom & Physiol Opt 64(6):415-420, 1987.
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  24. Suchoff I., Petito G.T. The efficacy of visual therapy: Accommodative disorders and non-strabismic anomalies of binocular vision. J Am Optom Assoc 57(2):119-125, 1986.
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  27. Wick B., Cook D. Management of anomalous correspondence: efficacy of therapy. Am J Optom & Physiol Opt 64(6):405-410, 1987.
   

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