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  1. A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. I. Methods of Determination and Physiologic Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 576–597 (1932).
    [CrossRef]
  2. A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kennth N. Ogle, “The Importance of the Relative Size and Shape of Ocular Images in Vision,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).
  3. A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Lenses for Changing the Size and Shape of Dioptric Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).
  4. Kenneth N. Ogle, “The Correction of Aniseikonia with Ophthalmic Lenses,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. 26, 323 (1936).
    [CrossRef]
  5. E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. II. Clinical Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 720–738 (1932).
    [CrossRef]
  6. E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Relationships between Aniseikonia and Ametropia. From a Statistical Study of Cases,” Arch. Ophthalm. 18, 237–247 (1937).
    [CrossRef]
  7. Leo F. Madigan and E. H. Carleton, “A Clinical Report of the Corrections of Differences in the Size and Shape of Ocular Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).
  8. Robert E. Bannon, “Heterophoria and Aniseikonia,” Am. J. Optom. 16, March (1939).
    [CrossRef]
  9. Henry A. Imus, John W. M. Rothney, and R. M. Bear, “An Evaluation of Visual Factors in Reading,” Dartmouth College Publications (1938).
  10. Adelbert Ames, “Aniseikonia—A Factor in the Functioning of Vision,” Am. J. Ophthalm. 18, November (1935).

1939 (1)

Robert E. Bannon, “Heterophoria and Aniseikonia,” Am. J. Optom. 16, March (1939).
[CrossRef]

1937 (1)

E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Relationships between Aniseikonia and Ametropia. From a Statistical Study of Cases,” Arch. Ophthalm. 18, 237–247 (1937).
[CrossRef]

1936 (1)

1935 (1)

Adelbert Ames, “Aniseikonia—A Factor in the Functioning of Vision,” Am. J. Ophthalm. 18, November (1935).

1932 (4)

E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. II. Clinical Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 720–738 (1932).
[CrossRef]

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. I. Methods of Determination and Physiologic Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 576–597 (1932).
[CrossRef]

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kennth N. Ogle, “The Importance of the Relative Size and Shape of Ocular Images in Vision,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Lenses for Changing the Size and Shape of Dioptric Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

Ames, A.

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. I. Methods of Determination and Physiologic Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 576–597 (1932).
[CrossRef]

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kennth N. Ogle, “The Importance of the Relative Size and Shape of Ocular Images in Vision,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Lenses for Changing the Size and Shape of Dioptric Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

Ames, Adelbert

Adelbert Ames, “Aniseikonia—A Factor in the Functioning of Vision,” Am. J. Ophthalm. 18, November (1935).

Bannon, Robert E.

Robert E. Bannon, “Heterophoria and Aniseikonia,” Am. J. Optom. 16, March (1939).
[CrossRef]

Bear, R. M.

Henry A. Imus, John W. M. Rothney, and R. M. Bear, “An Evaluation of Visual Factors in Reading,” Dartmouth College Publications (1938).

Carleton, E. H.

E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Relationships between Aniseikonia and Ametropia. From a Statistical Study of Cases,” Arch. Ophthalm. 18, 237–247 (1937).
[CrossRef]

E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. II. Clinical Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 720–738 (1932).
[CrossRef]

Leo F. Madigan and E. H. Carleton, “A Clinical Report of the Corrections of Differences in the Size and Shape of Ocular Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

Gliddon, Gordon H.

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Lenses for Changing the Size and Shape of Dioptric Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kennth N. Ogle, “The Importance of the Relative Size and Shape of Ocular Images in Vision,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. I. Methods of Determination and Physiologic Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 576–597 (1932).
[CrossRef]

Imus, Henry A.

Henry A. Imus, John W. M. Rothney, and R. M. Bear, “An Evaluation of Visual Factors in Reading,” Dartmouth College Publications (1938).

Madigan, Leo F.

E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Relationships between Aniseikonia and Ametropia. From a Statistical Study of Cases,” Arch. Ophthalm. 18, 237–247 (1937).
[CrossRef]

E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. II. Clinical Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 720–738 (1932).
[CrossRef]

Leo F. Madigan and E. H. Carleton, “A Clinical Report of the Corrections of Differences in the Size and Shape of Ocular Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

Ogle, Kenneth N.

Kenneth N. Ogle, “The Correction of Aniseikonia with Ophthalmic Lenses,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. 26, 323 (1936).
[CrossRef]

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Lenses for Changing the Size and Shape of Dioptric Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. I. Methods of Determination and Physiologic Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 576–597 (1932).
[CrossRef]

Ogle, Kennth N.

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kennth N. Ogle, “The Importance of the Relative Size and Shape of Ocular Images in Vision,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

Rothney, John W. M.

Henry A. Imus, John W. M. Rothney, and R. M. Bear, “An Evaluation of Visual Factors in Reading,” Dartmouth College Publications (1938).

Am. J. Ophthalm. (1)

Adelbert Ames, “Aniseikonia—A Factor in the Functioning of Vision,” Am. J. Ophthalm. 18, November (1935).

Am. J. Optom. (1)

Robert E. Bannon, “Heterophoria and Aniseikonia,” Am. J. Optom. 16, March (1939).
[CrossRef]

Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (2)

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kennth N. Ogle, “The Importance of the Relative Size and Shape of Ocular Images in Vision,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Lenses for Changing the Size and Shape of Dioptric Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

Arch. Ophthalm. (3)

E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. II. Clinical Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 720–738 (1932).
[CrossRef]

E. H. Carleton and Leo F. Madigan, “Relationships between Aniseikonia and Ametropia. From a Statistical Study of Cases,” Arch. Ophthalm. 18, 237–247 (1937).
[CrossRef]

A. Ames, Gordon H. Gliddon, and Kenneth N. Ogle, “Size and Shape of Ocular Images. I. Methods of Determination and Physiologic Significance,” Arch. Ophthalm. 7, 576–597 (1932).
[CrossRef]

J. Opt. Soc. Am. (1)

Other (2)

Leo F. Madigan and E. H. Carleton, “A Clinical Report of the Corrections of Differences in the Size and Shape of Ocular Images,” Ann. Distinguished Serv. Found. Optom. (1932).

Henry A. Imus, John W. M. Rothney, and R. M. Bear, “An Evaluation of Visual Factors in Reading,” Dartmouth College Publications (1938).

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