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A Study on the Spectacles-wearing in Korea.
Seung Hum Yu, Yong Ho Lee, Woo Hyum Cho
J Prev Med Public Health. 1987;20(1):120-128.

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A Video-Tape Study on the Relationship between Wearing Spectacles and Judgments of Intelligence
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Postural modifications of VDU operators wearing bifocal spectacles
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How is Depth Perception Affected by Long-Term Wearing of Left-Right Reversing Spectacles?
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33 Repeatability of corneal biomechanical measurements in children wearing spectacles and orthokeratology lenses
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The Effect of Wearing Spectacles on the Humidity of the Eye
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FALSE MOVEMENTS APPEARING DURING VISION THROUGH SPECTACLE GLASSES THEIR SIGNIFICANCE WITH RESPECT TO EXPERIENCE IN WEARING SPECTACLES AND THEIR CONNECTION WITH THE VESTIBULAR APPARATUS
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Adaptation to the Reversal of Binocular Depth Cues: Effects of Wearing Left-Right Reversing Spectacles on Stereoscopic Depth Perception
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