CE Test Questions
Avoid "Sun-Familiarity" Only Use Smart Sunglasses

Exam Questions
1. The human vision system processes stimuli changes through a change in

    A. Edges and borders
    B. Color enhancement
    C. Retinal receptor firing rates
    D. All of the above
2. Why would humans perceive the colors of pink and brown when they are not part of a rainbow?

    A. Because we posses three retinal receptor cones
    B. Because the CIE color space contains pink and brown
    C. Interpolating the overlapping response of the three cones
    D. All of the above
3. The eye's sensitivity peaks at what wavelength?

    A. 555nm
    B. 565nm
    C. 545nm
    D. 490nm
4. What wavelength tends to stimulate one receptor in scotopic lighting conditions?

    A. 555nm
    B. 565nm
    C. 545nm
    D. 490nm
5. The benefits of authentic smart sunglass technology are now available in prescription form because the specified filter

    A. Is contained on the backside of the semi-finished lens
    B. Is tinted into any lens substrate desired
    C. Is contained on the very front of the semi-finished lens
    D. Mirror coating do most of the filtering and can be applied to any lens
6. The basic building blocks of visual reception are

    A. Border-based stimulus changes
    B. Color-enhanced stimulus changes
    C. Changes in visual habits
    D. None of the above
7. Golfers differ from boaters in that they

    A. Often encounter differing brightness levels
    B. Require reflective cues from grass blades to estimate ground contour
    C. Prefer spiked footwear
    D. A & C
8. What contributes to making a sunglass visually uncomfortable?

    A. Heavy, bulky frames
    B. Pinchy nosepads
    C. Retinal receptor fatigue
    D. A & B
9. All three cone receptors fire in combination within what wavelength range?

    A. 400nm to 700nm
    B. 490nm to 660nm
    C. 430nm to 680nm
    D. 420nm to 660nm
10. Changing the overall intensity of light is done best by

    A. Decreasing background receptor firing rates
    B. Increasing overall stimuli amplitudes
    C. Increasing chromatic contrast
    D. Increasing background receptor firing rates
11. Chromatic Contrast Control benefits tennis players by

    A. Reducing background light that interfere with seeing the ball
    B. Making sure everything on the court is somewhat colored yellow-green
    C. Making sure the opposing player's movements are blocked from view
    D. Adding blue tints to filter out green
12. When presented with a novel and new sun tint formulation, most people

    A. Will find it immediately comfortable
    B. Will find they require an adjustment period
    C. Will prefer their old grey sunglasses
    D. Will not pay more than a few dollars for it.
13. The biggest disadvantage to tinting old Rx eyewear into sunglasses is:

    A. The presence of AR coatings
    B. Scratches on the lenses
    C. That in-office tinted products do not provide stable and lasting protection
    D. Realizing less profit than selling a new pair of sunglasses
14. Chromatic Contrast is defined as the ability

    A. To change color
    B. To darken or lighten in response to overall brightness conditions
    C. To make one color look like another
    D. To discriminate colors
15. A “Just Noticeable Difference” is one that

    A. Everyone would see
    B. No one would see
    C. Is at the very edge of perception 50% of the time
    D. Is at the very edge of perception only in dark conditions
16. The overlapping nature of the eye's Tristimulus receptors

    A. Increases the number of colors we can see
    B. Decreases the number of colors we can see
    C. Increases color discrimination
    D. Increases the need for Glare Control
17. Effective solar protection includes blocking

    A. UVA
    B. 400nm to 700nm
    C. The color red
    D. All the blue spectrum
18. Authentic Rx sunglasses promise performance and benefits

    A. That last the life of the frame
    B. That last the life of the optician
    C. That last the life of the prescription
    D. That last the life of the Doctor
19. The most significant impact liability with sunglasses is protecting

    A. The cornea
    B. The tissues surrounding the eye
    C. The retina
    D. The eye and face from compounding eye or facial injury
20. SunFamiliarity is the habit of

    A. Recommending or using the same color sunglasses year after year
    B. Taking the time to walk outside on any sunny day
    C. Seeing relatives you know at a family picnic
    D. Taking in too much solar exposure

Evaluation Questions

21. In questions 21-25 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
24. How were you directed to this course?

    A. 2020mag.com
    B. OAA Website
    C. NYSSO Website
    D. Ohio Opticians Website
    E. Other
25. Please describe the office in which you work.

    A. Independent Optician
    B. Independent Optometry
    C. Chain retail
    D. HMO/Military/Other
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