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References


Parrish J. et .al - Section 4.7.1
Parrish JA, Anderson RR, Urbach F, Pitts D. "UV-A Biological effects of ultraviolet radiation with emphasis on human responses to longwave ultraviolet", New York, Plenum, 1978.

Liden, Bergqvist and Wennersten - Section 4.7.2
"letter to the editor commenting that the CRT worker has less exposure to UV-A than other office workers", Journal of Theoretical Biology 1986, 122, pp941-492.

Elliot et .al - Section 4.7.2
Elliot G., Gies P., Joyner K.H, and Roy C.R. "Electromagnetic radiation emmissions from video display terminals (VDTS)", Clinical and Experimental Optometry 69.2: March 1986, pp53-61.

Sekuler R. - Section 4.8
Sekuler R. and Blake R., "Instructors Manual to accompany Perception", McGraw-Hill, Third Edition, 1994, pp4-5.

Simon et .al - Section 4.8
A Simon, DM Worthen and JA Mitas, "An evaluation of iridology, Journal of the American Medican Association", 1979, 242, 1385-1389.

Knipschild P. - Section 4.8
"Looking for gall bladder disease in the patient's iris", British Medical Journal 1988, 297, 1578-1581.
In this paper five iridologists were asked to judge stereo color slides of the right eyes of various people for signs of gall bladder disease. According to iridology texts, gall bladder is projected in the lower lateral part of the right eye's iris. Further, gall stones are supposed to induce small, dark spots in that part of the right iris, while inflammation of the gall bladder is said to induce white line there. Among the slides that were to be judged for telltale signs of gall bladder disease were slides of the right eyes of patients who were to have their gall bladders removed the next day. The slide set also contained slides of the right eye of age- and gender-matched controls, presumably free of gall bladder disease. Now the results: the five trained iridologists did really well in spotting gall bladder disease in the eyes of patients who actually had g.b. disease. They judged 56% of the patients' slides as showing evidence of gall bladder disease. Unfortunately, they gave just about the same percentage of FALSE positive --identifying people as having gall bladder disease who actually did not.

Bates Method References - Section 6.3.2
  • Bates, William Horatio. The Bates method forbetter eyesight without glasses. New York : Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1981, c1943.
  • Corbett, Margaret Darst. Help yourself to better sight. New York, Prentice-Hall, 1949.
  • Corbett, Margaret Darst. A quick guide to better vision; how to have good eyesight without glasses, 1957.
  • Huxley, Aldous. The art of seeing. Seattle : Montana Books, 1975.
  • Goodrich, Janet. Natural vision improvement. Berkeley, Calif. Celestial Arts, 1986.
  • Kaplan, Robert-Michael. Seeing beyond 20/20. Hillsboro, OR: Beyond Words Pub., 1987.
  • Seiderman, Arthur. 20/20 is not enough : the new world of vision. New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 1989.
  • Kavner, Richard S. Total Vision. New York : A & W Publishers, 1978.
  • Windolph, Michael. Easy eye exercises for better vision : self-helps to sight improvement. Hicksville, N.Y. : Exposition Press, 1974.
  • Chaney, Earlyne. The eyes have it : a self-help manual for better vision. New York : Instant Improvement, 1991.
  • Revien, Leon. Sportsvision : Dr. Revien's eye exercises Program for athletes. New York : Workman Pub., 1981.
  • Scholl, Lisette. Visionetics : the holistic way to better eyesight. Garden City, N.Y. : Double day, 1978.
  • Hughes, Barbara. 12 weeks to better vision : a remarkable technique to restore your eyesight. New York : Pinnacle Books, c1981.


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