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  1. 1. Who is reported to have created eyeglasses for myopia in the 1400’s?
    A. Marco Polo
    B. Isaac Newton
    C. Ptolemy
    D. Medici
    D. Medici
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  2. 2. Who described light as a form of electromagnetic activity?
    A. John Jacob Bausch
    B. Lord Rayleigh
    C. Edgar Tilyer
    D. James Maxwell
    D. James Maxwell
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  3. 3. Who invented the first bifocal spectacles?
    A. Benjamin Franklin
    B. Purkinje
    C. James Maxwell
    D. McAllister
    A. Benjamin Franklin
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  4. 4. Who began the first Super Optical, where did it start and in what year?
    A. Shoppers Optical, Manitoba, 1986
    B. LensCrafters, Pennsyhlvania, 1986
    C. LensCrafter, Ohio, 1983
    D. Eyemasters, Ontario, 1983
    C. LensCrafter, Ohio, 1983
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  5. 5. Which organization is responsible for those individuals who work under delegation to ophthalmologists?
    A. Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology D. American Board of Ophthalmology
    B. American Academy of Ophthalmology
    C. Canadian Ophthalmological Society
    A. Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology
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  6. 6. What is transposition?
    A. a & b
    B. Converting a sphero-cylinder prescription from plus to minus cylinder
    C. Converting a sphero-cylinder prescription from minus to plus cylinder
    D. Splitting prescribed prism from one eye to both eyes
    A. a & b
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  7. 7. What may Opticians dispense?
    A. a, b, c & d
    B. Prosthetic Lenses
    C. Contact Lenses
    D. Eyeglasses
    E. Low Vision Aids
    A. a, b, c & d
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  8. 8. What is the definition of triage?
    A. The sorting out and classification of patients to determine priority of need and proper place of treatment
    B. Determining when patients should be referred for surgery
    C. Determine how to treat patients with sudden loss of vision
    D. Diagnosis of headaches
    A. The sorting out and classification of patients to determine priority of need and proper place of treatment
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  9. 9. Light flashes indicate what possible event for an Optician patient?
    A. A corneal abrasion
    B. A primary angle closure glaucoma
    C. An impending retinal detachment
    D. A trauma to the eye
    D. A trauma to the eye
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  10. 10. What general Opticians skills are identified by a competency profile?
    A. Health, Optics, Safety, Production, Communication and Professionalism
    B. Health, Optics, Clinical Practice, Production, Communication, Professionalism and Business
    C. Health, Optics, Safety, Clinical Practice, Communication and Professionalism
    D. Health, Optics, Safety, Clinical Practice, Production, Communication, Professionalism and Business Administration
    D. Health, Optics, Safety, Clinical Practice, Production, Communication, Professionalism and Business Administration
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  11. 11. What is the primary principle regarding how Standards of Practice outlines the responsibility of the conduct of opticians?
    A. Make the care of the patient their first and continuing concern
    B. Listen to patients and respect their views
    C. Keep professional skills and knowledge up to date
    D. Respect and protect personal information
    E. Register and maintain registration with the licensing body
    A. Make the care of the patient their first and continuing concern
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  12. 12. What are the three levels of hand washing?
    A. Social, hygienic and surgical scrub
    B. Rinse, soap and scrub
    C. Cleaning, disinfection and sterilization
    D. Soap, antiseptic and rinse
    A. Social, hygienic and surgical scrub
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  13. 13. What does the term Abbe mean?
    A. The astigmatic quality of a lens
    B. The hardness of a scratch resistant coating on a lens
    C. Represent the specific gravity of a lens
    D. The chromatic quality of a lens
    D. The chromatic quality of a lens
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  14. 14. How do we see?
    A. An electrical impulse is sent along the optic nerve to the brain
    B. The eye focuses light and forms an image
    C. Light reflects from an object, the eye focuses light and form an image, turns the image into electrical impulses and sends them to the brain along the optic nerve
    D. Via a photoreceptor surface like the retina and a lens to focus light into an image
    C. Light reflects from an object, the eye focuses light and form an image, turns the image into electrical impulses and sends them to the brain along the optic nerve
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  15. 15. The crystalline lens provides what percentage of the eyes refractive ability?
    A. About 3/4
    B. About 1/2
    C. About 1/3
    D. About 1/4
    E. About 2/3
    C. About 1/3
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  16. 16. What does a larger pupil aperture mean to the quality of vision?
    A. A moderate depth of field
    B. No effect on the depth of field
    C. A larger depth of field
    D. A smaller depth of field
    D. A smaller depth of field
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  17. 17. How does the eye adapt to lower light levels?
    A. Decreases light sensitivity and the pupil constricts
    B. Increases light sensitivity and the pupil constricts
    C. Decreases light sensitivity and the pupil dilates
    D. Increases light sensitivity and the pupil dilates
    D. Increases light sensitivity and the pupil dilates
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  18. 18. What is the process of forming images in the brain?
    A. Pattern recognition
    B. Electrical impulses
    C. Retinal photoreceptors
    D. Rods and cones
    A. Pattern recognition
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  19. 19. What is astigmatism?
    A. Light rays fall in front of the retina
    B. Light rays refracted equally in all directions
    C. Light rays refracted unequally in all directions
    D. Light rays fall behind the retina
    C. Light rays refracted unequally in all directions
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  20. 20. When there is a greater than 3.00 D difference in refractive error between the eyes, what is the term for the unequal image size?
    A. Aniseikonia
    B. Anisometropia
    C. Antimetropia
    D. Astigmatism
    A. Aniseikonia
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  21. 21. What is a bacterium or virus that causes a particular infection and may not be harmful to a healthy individual, but puts people with suppressed immune systems and chronic diseases at greater risk?
    A. Opportunistic infection
    B. Clostridium difficile infection
    C. MRSA infection
    D. Staphylococcus aureus infection
    A. Opportunistic infection
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  22. 22. Which of the following methods completely eliminates or destroys all forms of microbial life?
    A. Sterilization
    B. Mechanical cleaning
    C. 3% hydrogen peroxide
    D. Disinfection
    A. Sterilization
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  23. 23. What percentage of isopropyl or ethyl alcohol is the most effective in killing vegetative bacteria, most viruses and fungi?
    A. 90%
    B. 70%
    C. 60%
    D. 80%
    B. 70%
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  24. 24. Choose the correct definition for decoding.
    A. The various types of roles that you play during your lifetime. These roles strongly affect your perception of other people.
    B. The ability to experience the feelings of another person.
    C. The intellectual activity that occurs when you try to put your thoughts, feelings, and emotions into words.
    D. The intellectual activity involved in trying to understand the messages you receive.
    D. The intellectual activity involved in trying to understand the messages you receive.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. 25. Choose the correct definition for empathy.
    A. The intellectual activity that occurs when you try to put your thoughts, feelings, and emotions into words.
    B. The ability to experience the feelings of another person.
    C. The various types of roles that you play during your lifetime. These roles strongly affect your perception of other people.
    D. The intellectual activity involved in trying to understand the messages you receive.
    B. The ability to experience the feelings of another person.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. 26. You’re an optician who makes house calls. You’ve arranged to go to Mrs. Bryce’s house to adjust her glasses as she’s just had an accident and isn’t mobile. When you get there, no one comes to the door when you ring the bell. You become angry and return to the dispensary. Using the three step process to check perception choose the correct answer.Describe the behavior you’ve noticed.
    A. Mrs. Bryce didn’t come to the door
    B. An hour later, when you get a hold of Mrs. Bryce by phone, you ask her why she didn’t come to the door.
    C. She couldn’t get to the door before you left.
    D. She had a medical emergency and was unable to get a hold of you before you left.
    A. Mrs. Bryce didn’t come to the door
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  27. 27. Match the description of clarifying language to the appropriate terms from the list.

    Explain abstract or relative words
    Recognize uniqueness
    Avoid emotional words
    Avoid extremes
    Use facts

    -by avoiding generalizations
    -in precise terms
    -by being objective
    -to support inferences
    -by not using terms like always or never
    • Explain abstract or relative words in precise terms
    • Recognize uniqueness by avoiding generalizations
    • Avoid emotional words by being objective
    • Avoid extremes by not using terms like always or never
    • Use facts to support inferences
  28. 28.
    Nonverbal communication is often less ambiguous than verbal communication.

    TRUE OR FALSE
    FALSE
  29. 29.
    A customer asks you if you like her new frame. You say yes but laugh at the same time. Does your nonverbal communication contradict what has been said?

    TRUE OR FALSE
    TRUE
  30. 30.
    In order to check the context of nonverbal communication, identify the correct statement or statements below.
    A. Nonverbal communication always occurs in isolation.
    B. Is the nonverbal message part of a habit or mannerism?
    C. Is the nonverbal message influenced by a cultural background?
    D. It is important to make snap decision when checking the context of nonverbal communication.
    B and C
  31. 31.
    Nonverbal communication is separate from verbal communication.

    TRUE OR FALSE
    FALSE
  32. 31.
    Nonverbal communication is separate from verbal communication.

    TRUE OR FALSE
    FALSE
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LOG2
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2010-03-27 17:09:46
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