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Colour Adaptation in Picture-Viewing Situations
AbstractThe chromaticities that appeared neutral were determined for ob ervers adapted to viewing conditions typical for projected transparencies. Neutrality was determincd by a naming technique.Expand
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The Preferred Reproduction of Blue Sky, Green Grass and Caucasian Skin in Colour Photography
AbstractA split-field technique was developed and llsed to produce colour reflection prints and projected transparencies, in which one area could be altered in colour while keeping the rest of theExpand
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A METHOD OF PERMANENT REMOVAL OF FRECKLES *
  • L. Winter
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of dermatology and syphilis
  • 1 February 1950
I HAVE noticed on several occasions that thermal burns of freckled skin resulted in complete depigmentation. Tliis observation led to an investigation into methods of j^ermanent removal of freckles,Expand
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Effect of surround on perceived saturation.
This investigation examines the effects of having a light or dark surround around a color; in particular, the effect these surrounds have on the perceived saturation of the color. The results of theExpand
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Associateships, partnerships, buying, and selling. Strategies for established practitioners and new dentists.
  • L. Winter
  • Business, Medicine
  • Dental clinics of North America
  • 1988
Associateships, partnerships, and buying-selling practices are the current trend among new and established practitioners. The method for fulfilling these objectives is addressed in this article.
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[Results of a study on the problem of early school attendance].
  • L. Winter
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Zeitschrift fur arztliche Fortbildung
  • 1 October 1972