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A Clinical and Experimental Study of Physiological Optics

Originally printed in the American Journal of Clinical Medicine, July 1921, pp. 437-443.

The “editorial comment” paragraph below is by the editor of the journal above.

EDITORIAL COMMENT — To be able to do without one’s eyeglasses, to read and … more...

Eye Contact

If someone won’t meet your gaze, it’s assumed that they might be lying to you, or being deceptive and trying to hide something. Calling a person “shifty-eyed” implies a devious character. On the other hand, the person who won’t look … more...