The Interpretation and Significance of the Embedded and Non-Embedded Syndrome in Behavioral
By Earl P. Schmitt, O.D., Ed.D. A book for those pursuing an in-depth knowledge of visual function in the clinical setting. Revisits basic tenets of case analysis, with a behavioral science orientation based upon current literature of stress as it affects human physiology and performance. Dr. Schmitt takes the reader from an understanding of stress and its physiological effects to the related clinical manifestations exhibited in the visual system. Offers interpretations of key optometric tests and how they prepare the optometrist to initiate a treatment program. Softbound, 74 pages.
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