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Studies on the temporal frequency characteristics of vision by photic driving method iii. temporal frequency characteristics of color vision






Tohoku Psychologica Folia 46(1-4): 1-12

Studies on the temporal frequency characteristics of vision by photic driving method iii. temporal frequency characteristics of color vision

Temporal frequency response characteristics of human color vision were examined by utilizing the photic driving method. Following 20 sec of white-light adaptation and 10 sec of chromatic driving, white-test light (TL) was presented to the S's right eyes for 1 sec in order to measure the fluctuation of CFF (critical flicker frequency) an indicator of the particular relationship between the wavelength and the frequency of driving light (DL).


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