Physiologie de la lecture et de l'écriture

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Cambridge University Press, 4 mars 2010 - 320 pages
Physiologie de la Lecture and de L'Ecriture (1905) was Emile Javal's seventh book. Initially trained as an engineer, Javal turned to medicine and to ophthalmology when he saw his sister suffering from defects of vision. He became a renowned ophthalmologist, developing the Javal-Schiotz ophthalmometer, treating strabismus, and founding the Sorbonne's ophthalmology lab. Tragically, Javal developed glaucoma and was blind by 1900. His work investigates the 'physiology of reading and writing', undertaking historical, theoretical, and practical approaches to his subject. Javal's work first examines the history behind reading and writing; he discusses epigraphy, writing, typography, stenography, musical notation, and 'ecriture en relief', a writing system for the blind, before turning to theoretical considerations and concluding with practical deductions. Physiologie represents Javal's interest in advancing a writing system for the blind by studying how the eye reads; his was one of the first works to do so."
 

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NOTIONS HISTORIQUES
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Influence du papier et de
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Premiers types
24
Alphabet irlandais
38
Notation musicale
48
Système Barbier
60
Acuité visuelle p 63 Emmétropie p
63
De lacuité visuelle indépendamment de léclai
83
Distinction entre les mouve
152
Anatomie et physiologie p
181
Forme à donner aux caractères
211
Théorie des impressions compactes p 212 Lignomètre Fig 58
218
Aperçu historique
245
JAVAL
253
Economie de
256
État actuel de la graphologie p
263

Influence de léclairage sur lacuité visuelle Photo
95
Epaisseur
121
Mouvement des yeux pendant
137
Lenteur
282
Conclusion à lusage des pédagogues s 1 Hygiène de la
296
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