Vitamin A Administration and Dark Adaption of Second and Third Grade Children

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This study was formulated for the following purposes: (1) To determine if a learning factor is involved when repeated tests are made with a dark adaption instrument, (2) To determine if the dark adaption of a group of second and third grade children showing poor dark adaption can be improved by the daily administration of Haliver oil capsules, (3) To obtain a dark adaption curve for two hundred twenty-three grade children of Denton, Texas.

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Silk, Maurice Raper 1940.

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This study was formulated for the following purposes: (1) To determine if a learning factor is involved when repeated tests are made with a dark adaption instrument, (2) To determine if the dark adaption of a group of second and third grade children showing poor dark adaption can be improved by the daily administration of Haliver oil capsules, (3) To obtain a dark adaption curve for two hundred twenty-three grade children of Denton, Texas.

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Silk, Maurice Raper. Vitamin A Administration and Dark Adaption of Second and Third Grade Children, thesis, 1940; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc75605/: accessed June 12, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .

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