The Journal of the College of Optometrists
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics considers papers relevant to the practice and application of optometry and the basic aspects of visual science and clinical and applied matters. The practice of optometry and its related instrumentation are major components of the Journal, with topics ranging from the design of spectacle and contact lenses to ocular disease and the use of drugs.
Articles considered for the Journal may be experimental, observational, theoretical or historical in nature. While emphasis is given to matters of importance to optometrists, many of the topics discussed are of interest to: Ophthalmologists, Vision scientists, Visual psychologists, Physiologists , Physicists, and Neuroscientists.
Anyone concerned with the development, use and restoration of vision.
Emphasis is also given to problems in applied vision in such situations as driving, optical instrumentation and visual displays.