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This study of color equations was submitted as an inaugural dissertation. Because of its highly technical nature and limited scope it takes on the aspect of a thesis which in America might be submitted for a degree of doctor of philosophy. There is a frank and complete discussion, introductory to the problem, concerning previous investigations in this and kindred fields. The present work was accomplished with the aid of Gullstrand's color mixing apparatus, and the author used his own practically emmetropic eyes for all his investigations. He reaffirmed that the curves for complementary colors for central and paracentral vision diverge from one another and cross in the blue-yellow sector. In a consideration of color equations and their influence by the yellow macular substance Olsson concludes that, as far as the study of central and paracentral vision is concerned, such a theory is untenable. The pamphlet includes a picture and interpolation
Experimentelle Untersuchungen über Farbengleichungen im zentralen und parazentralen Sehen. JAMA. 1939;112(20):2088. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800200086029
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