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Variation of color discrimination across the life span.
The present study, an extension of Paramei [J. Opt. Soc. Am. A, 29, A290, 2012], provides normative data on chromatic discrimination, using the Cambridge Colour Test, for normal trichromats agedExpand
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Singing the Russian Blues: An Argument for Culturally Basic Color Terms
The universal inventory of basic color terms (BCTs) consists of 11 terms, including a single blue term. Russian has two terms for blue, sinij (dark blue) and goluboj (light blue). The proposed statusExpand
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Color discrimination across four life decades assessed by the Cambridge Colour Test.
  • G. Paramei
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Journal of the Optical Society of America. A…
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Color discrimination was estimated using the Cambridge Colour Test (CCT) in 160 normal trichromats of four life decades, 20-59 years of age. For each age cohort, medians and tolerance limits of theExpand
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Impairments of colour vision induced by organic solvents: a meta-analysis study.
The impairment of colour discrimination induced by occupational exposure to toluene, styrene and mixtures of organic solvents is reviewed and analysed using a meta-analytical approach. Thirty-nineExpand
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Color vision impairment in type 2 diabetes assessed by the D‐15d test and the Cambridge Colour Test
Color vision impairment emerges at early stages of diabetes mellitus type 2 (DM2) and may precede diabetic retinopathy or the appearance of vascular alterations in the retina. The aim of the presentExpand
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Impairments of Gestalt perception in the intact hemifield of hemianopic patients are reflected in gamma-band EEG activity
Gamma-band responses (GBRs) are associated with Gestalt perception processes. In the present EEG study, we investigated the effects of perceptual grouping on the visual GBR in the perimetricallyExpand
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Facial-expression affective attributes and their configural correlates: components and categories.
The present study investigates the perception of facial expressions of emotion, and explores the relation between the configural properties of expressions and their subjective attribution. StimuliExpand
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Effect of luminance on color perception of protanopes
Small-field color-naming performance of two protanopes over a 4-log luminance range was impoverished in comparison with that of normal trichromats, and was more strongly affected by changes inExpand
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Contour-integration deficits on the intact side of the visual field in hemianopia patients
OBJECTIVE Visual impairments in hemianopia are thought to be exclusively caused by the reduced visual field size. However, the primary lesion may affect the contralateral hemisphere through damage ofExpand
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