Trouble with Reading? Understand the Traditional Art of Reading books
1. As add power increases, focal length:
2. What is the focal length of a +8.00 diopter lens?
3. Eyeglass correction for reading is:
4. The inverse law of illumination states brightness:
5. Tracking is:
6. Reading while facing outdoor light coming in from a window:
7. Task lighting works best when:
8. Dim or “cut-off” vision that only occurs while reading:
9. Children often learn to track while learning to read by:
10. Patients state “My arms aren't long enough” to read books clearly with current bifocals. Why?
11. The patient states seeing distance best through his bifocal but can't read. You should:
12. All of the following are variables that affect a lens' effective focal length for reading except:
13. This type of light casts a blue hue on objects:
14. All of the following are advantages of a bookstand except:
15. All of the following are advantages of single vision reading glasses except:
16. All of the following are reasonable actions to take for brief, infrequent reading of small print on medicine bottles, except:
17. The patient complains that she is able to see to read better with her new bifocals, with +3.50 add, but she has to hold books closer:
18. It is important to know the complete (distance Rx and specified add power) Rx; not just near Rx, that NVO glasses are based on for all of the following except:
19. Typically a patient who still has some accommodative ability can comfortably read standard print books if:
20. Increasing vertex distance by sliding glasses down nose:
21. In questions 21-25 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?
24. My current position in this company is
25. Please describe the office in which you work.