Table of contents for Reading through colour : how coloured filters can reduce reading difficulty, eye strain, and headaches / Arnold Wilkins.


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About the Author. 
 Acknowledgements. 
 About this Book. 
 Declaration. 
 1: Prologue - Sam's story. 
 2: In the beginning. 
 3: What is visual stress? 
 4: Professionals responsible for eye care and vision: a guide for parents. 
 5: The eye and visual pathways. 
 6: Why we see the world in colour. 
 7: What are coloured overlays? 
 8: How do we know that coloured overlays work? 
 9: An illustrative case history: David's story. 
 10: How to test whether overlays will be helpful. 
 11: Who to test using overlays: a guide for teachers. 
 12: Overlays and classroom management. 
 13: Use of computers. 
 14: Meares-Irlen syndrome, dyslexia, and attention deficit/hyperactivitiy disorder. 
 15: Coloured glasses. 
 16: Why do coloured overlays and lenses work? 
 17: Frequently asked questions. 
 18: Support groups. 
 19: What the future should bring. 
 20: An Epilogue from Sam's mother. 
 References. 
 Appendix 1. Test Materal. 
 Appendix 2. Overlays Record Sheet. 
 Appendix 3. Rate of Reading Test Score Sheet. 
 Appendix 4. Group Test Record Sheet. 
 Appendix 5. Figure 3.1. 
 Index.
 


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Reading Color aids