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Theory and practice of colour vision testing: A review. Part 2
  1. R. Lakowski
  1. Visual Laboratory, Department of Psychology, Edinburgh University

    Abstract

    Lakowski, R. (1969).Brit. J. industr. Med.,26, 265-288. Theory and practice of colour vision testing: A review. Part 2. The more modern tests of colour confusion, hue discrimination, metamerism, and special aptitudes measure a wide variety of attributes. Norms, including variations among normal as well as among defective observers, are given for each test, along with any other information we require to understand them. Finally there is the problem of choice, and factors influencing it, of which tests should be used in different circumstances. Some advice is given on the most useful combinations of tests.

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