By Elliott B. Forrest, O.D.
Stress can create a number of physiological disturbances in your patients. Stress and Vision explores the impact of general and visual stress on physiological, psychological and philosophical processes. It supports a "psycho-behavioral" approach, emphasizing that stress arises from within ourselves. The author gives guidance for changing those mental attitudes that either trigger or magnify the stress and visual stress response.
Hardbound, 318 pages. 1988