Welcome to Ferris Institutional Repository (FIR)

FIR provides a place to store, provide access to, and preserve digital objects and resources created and used by the Ferris community. This includes administrative documents, research and working papers, faculty-created learning tools (including animations and videos), digitized archival resources and more. This repository is sponsored by the Ferris Library for Information, Technology and Educaton and utilizes open source DSpace software.

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  • Gryson, Stacey; Spooner, Casey (2017-05-01)
    Background: The topic of online refractions and eyewear purchasing is quickly becoming a topic of concern within the field of optometry. Our goal through this project is to assess the opinions of millennials aged 18-34 ...
  • Mork, Joseph (2017-05-01)
    Background: This research study explores the effect of the tint of the shooting glasses worn by an individual on the accuracy of their shots. Accuracy in shooting situations is of fundamental importance, and the results ...
  • Gagnon, Samantha; Shank, Andrea (2017-05-01)
    Background: The study evaluated the effect of induced vertical prism on reading efficiency, speed, and comprehension in a group of young adults. Reading efficiency, speed, and comprehension were evaluated using The Visagraph ...
  • Oie, Taylor; Baumgartner, Margaret (2017-05-01)
    Background: Contrast sensitivity loss has a profound effect on vision. With decreased contrast sensitivity, spatial localization can be negatively affected. Spatial localization is one of the key elements needed to accurately ...
  • Halm, Joshua; Hooelsma, Brittany (2017-05-01)
    Background: To investigate the influence of limbal ring-design 1-Day Acuvue® Define® decorative lenses on ocular wavefront aberrations and visual performance. Methods: In 68 eyes of 34 subjects, LogMAR visual acuity, ...

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