FRANCIS YOUNG PAPERS
Unfortunately, few of Young's papers are available on the Internet.
For personal information on Dr. Young, see Dr. Francis A. Young

1. Visual Refractive Errors of Wild and Laboratory Monkeys 1965

2. Ocular Biometry of Eskimo Families 1973

3. Interocular Pressure Dynamics Associated with Accommodation 1981

4. Accommodation and Vitreous Chamber Pressure: A Proposed Mechanism for Myopia 1991

5. The Transmission of Refractive Errors Within Eskimo Families 1969

6. Bifocal Control of Myopia
Oakley K. H, Young F. A., American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics. 1975 Nov;52(11):758-764.
Bifocal Control of Myopia
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1200117

7. Comparison of Cycloplegic and Non-Cycloplegic Refraction of Eskimos 1968

8. Visual Refractive Characteristics and the Subhuman Primate 1973

9. The Pullman Study -- A Visual Survey of Pullman School Children 1954

10. Transmission of Refractive Errors Within Eskimo Families (Arnold Sorsby Commentary) 1970

11. Heredity and Myopia in Monkeys 1964

12. Ultrasound and Phakometry Measurements of the Primate Eye 1966

13. Comparative Oculometry of Caucasians, Eskimos and Chimpanzees 1969

14. A Set of Equations for Computing the Components of Ocular Refraction 1968

15. The Effect of Restricted Visual Space on the Primate Eye 1961

16. Reading, Measures of Intelligence and Refractive Errors 1963

17. Refractive Error in Relation to the Development of the Eye 1990

18. Visual-Optical Characteristics of Caged and Semifree-Ranging Monkeys 1973

19. The Pullman Study -- A Visual Survey of Pullman School Children, Part II 1953

20. The Distribution of Refractive Errors in Monkeys 1964

21. Refraction of the Monkey Eye Under General Anesthesia 1963

22. The Effects of Pilocarpine and Neostigmine on the Blood Flow Through the Anterior Uvea in Monkeys. A Study with Radioactivly Labeled Microspheres 1973

23. The Effect of Restricted Visual Space on the Refractive Error of the Young Monkey Eye 1963

24. Primate Myopia 1979

25. The Etiology of Myopia 1965

26. Chimpanzee Color Vision, Acuity and Ocular Components 1970

27. Myopia and Personality 1966

28. Visual Characteristics of Apes and Persons 1977

29. The Development and Control of Myopia in Human and Subhuman Primates 1975

30. Visual Similarities of Nonhuman and Human Primates 1970

31. The Development and Control of Myopia in Human and Subhuman Primates 1975 (Duplicated)

32. The Inheritance of Ocular Components 1971

33. The Development of Myopia 1971

34. Reliability and Validity of Ultrasonographic Measurement in Primates 1969

35. An Evaluation of the Biological and Nearwork Concepts of Myopia Development 1954

36. Diet and Refractive Characteristics 1973

37. Values, Personality, Physical Characteristics, and Refractive Error 1976

38. The Nature and Control of Myopia 1977

39. Animal Experimentation and Research on Refractive State 1967

40. Present State of Knowledge Regarding the Mechanisms Giving Rise to Refractive Anomalies 1966

41. Visual Acuity and Refractive Errors in Primates 1969

42. Comparison of the Optical Characteristics of the Human, Ape, and Monkey Eye 1967

43. Personality and Refractive Characteristics 1978

44. The Development of Simple Myopia 1968

45. Can Early Detection Aid in Treatment? 1976

46. Accommodation and the Control of Myopia 1978

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