Research Papers

*1 Lightstone A. Lightstone T. Wilkins A. Both coloured overlays and coloured lenses can improve reading fluency but their optimal chromaticities differ. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 19 279-285 (1999)

*2 Wilkins A. Evans B.J.W. Brown J.A. Busby A.E. Wingfield A.E. Jeans R.J. and Bald J. Double-masked placebo-controlled trial of precision filters in children who use coloured overlays. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics Vol 14 365-370 (1994)

*3 Wilkins A.J. Visual Stress Oxford Science Publications (1995)

*4 Wilkins A.J. Baker A. Amin D. Smith S. Bradford J. Zaiwalla Z. Besag F. Binnie C. Fish D. Treatment of photosensitive epilepsy using coloured glasses. Seizure 8 444-449 (1999)

*5 Wilkins A.J. Patel R. Evans B.J. Tinted spectacles and visually sensitive migraine. Cephalalgia 22 711-719 (2002)

*6 Huang J. Wilkins A. Cao Y. Mechanisms whereby precision spectral filters reduce visual stress: an fMRI study.

*7 Evans B.J Patel R. Wilkins A.J. Optometric function in visually sensitive migraine before and after treatment with tinted spectacles. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 22 130-142 (2002)

*8 Scott L. McWhinnie H. Taylor L. Stevenson N. Irons P. Lewis E. Evans M. Evans B. Wilkins A. Coloured overlays in school: orthoptic and optometric findings. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 22 156-165 (2002)

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