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This report is a rather technical description of investigations of color vision made with the Wright colorimeter. This is a color mixing apparatus by which, as in the Nagel anomaloscope, pure colors are matched by mixtures of their complementary colors. In a series of normal and partially color-blind dichromatic observers, data concerning the discrimination of color luminosity and hue were collected. The report should be read in the original by those interested in color vision.
Reports of the Committee upon the Physiology of Vision: XIV. Characteristics of Dichromatic Vision with an Appendix on Anomalous Trichromatic Vision. JAMA. 1935;105(18):1459. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760440069038
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