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The Glenn A. Fry Award Lecture 2011
Optometry and Vision Science
There has been a low level of interest in peripheral aberrations and corresponding image quality over 200 hundred years. Most work has been concerned with the second-order aberrations of defocus and astigmatism that can be corrected with conventional lenses. Studies have found high levels of aberration, often amounting to several dioptres, even in eyes with only small central defocus and astigmatism. My investigations have contributed to understanding shape changes in the eye with increase indoi:10.1097/opx.0b013e31825c3454 pmid:22705775 fatcat:boprnjsqqjgapm7hr4oncprnnm