By George B. Spache, Ph.D., Lillian R. Hinds, Ph.D., and Lois B. Bing, O.D. This book was written for those involved in children's learning who must have the necessary information on the dynamic, complex process of vision. The authors convey a broader concept of vision, including its sensory, motor and central processing dimensions than the mechanical medical concept of vision. With this book, educators can recognize the visual demands of the classroom, the behavior of students who are experiencing stress because of their vision problems and ways and means of alleviating this stress. Softbound, 57 pages.