Nathaniel D Douda

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Foveal and peripheral hue-scaling data were obtained for a 1° foveal stimulus and a 3° stimulus presented at 10° retinal eccentricity under both bleach (reducing rod input) and no-bleach (permitting rod input) conditions. Uniform appearance diagrams (UADs) were generated from the data. Peripheral stimuli appeared more saturated than foveal stimuli (i.e.,(More)
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