Darell Boyd Harmon

The attached paper is “The Coordinated Classroom Lectures and Associated Materials” consisting of three lectures.

This paper resulted from Harmon analyzing over 100 randomly selected patients from the practice of Robert A. Kraskin, OD. Two versions of this were found in the Dr. Kraskin’s papers. The one posted here is the second edition, which had major revisions to it.

This paper was written by Dr. David A. Goss and it was published in the Journal of Optometry History, Volume 49, Number 4, October 2018. It is presented here with permission from the author.

This paper by Dr. Harmon was recently discovered in the back of a report by him on the benefits of open classrooms. It was in a tranche of documents from the late Robert A Kraskin, OD’s library. It is a gem!

References From Harmon’s Personal Library – These are articles that Harmon found informative:

Brock, Frederick W., “New Methods for Testing Binocular Control”, 1963

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “A Correlation Between Illumination Intensity and Nervous Muscular Tension Resulting From Visual Effort” 1933

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “Area and Brightness of Stimulus Related to the Pupillary Light Reflex” 1934 Journal of the Optical Society of America

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “A Restricted Extension of Fechner’s Law From Sensation to Behavior”, 1942

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “A View of the Cortical Integrational Process Through Liminal Visual Stimuli” 1934

Luckiesh, M., & Guth, SK, “Discomfort Glare and Angular Distance of Glare-Source”, 1946 Illuminating Engineering

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “Effects of Astigmatism on the Visibility of Print”, 1943

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “Fatigue of Convergence Induced by Reading as a Funcation of Illumination Intensity”, 1935

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F, “Functions of Relative Accommodation”, 1941

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F, “Initial and Residual Effect of Ophthalmic Prisms on Visibility and Accommodation”, 1943

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F, “Intrinsic Brightness as a Factor in Discomfort from Glare”, 1941

Luckiesh, M., Moss, F., “Muscular Tension Resulting From Glare”, 1933

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “New Method of Subjective Refraction Involving Identical Technics in Static and in Dynamic Tests”, 1940

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., Hall, R., “On the Attainment of Simultaneous Binocular Vision in Orthoptic Training”, 1937

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “Prescribing Light and Lighting”, 1936

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “Reflex Effects From Critical Seeing”, 1935

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “Size of Pupil as a Possible Index of Ocular Fatigue”, 1933

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “The Applied Science of Seeing” 1933

Luckiesh, M., Moss, F., “The Avoidance of Dynamic Accommodation Through the use of a Brightness-Contrast Threshold” 1937

Luckiesh, M., Moss, F., “The Dependency of Visual Acuity upon Stimulus-Distance” 1933

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “The Extent of the Perceptual Span in Reading”, 1941

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “The Plus-Power Bias in Static Refraction”, 1941

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “The Variation in Visual Acuity with Fixation-Distance” 1941

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “Visibility and Readability of Print on White and Tinted Papers”, 1938 National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, Inc.

Luckiesh, M., & Moss, F., “The Visibility and Readability of Printed Matter”, 1939

Luckiesh, Matthew, “Visual Acuity and Visual Tasks”, 1944, Illuminating Engineering

McCulloch, WS, et al., “An Electrical Hyopthesis of Central Inhibition and Facilitation”, 1950

McCulloch, WS, Lettvin, JY, “Somatic Functions of the Central Nervous System”, 1948

McCulloch, WS, “Towards Some Circuitry of Ethical Robots”, 1952

Peterson, EW, et al., “Production of Postural Tremor”, 1949

Snider, RS, McCulloch, WS, Magoun, HW, “A Cerebello-Bulbo-Reticular Pathway for Suppression” 1949

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