A minimalist test of colour vision

@inproceedings{Mollon1991AMT,
  title={A minimalist test of colour vision},
  author={John D. Mollon and Susan Astell and J. P. Reffin},
  year={1991}
}
We propose a new test that is intended as a rational reduction of existing arrangement tests of colour vision. The patient is simply required to identify a coloured probe chip placed among five achromatic distractor chips of varying lightness. The probe chips vary in chroma, and their chromaticities lie along dichromatic confusion lines that pass through the chromaticity of the achromatic chips. The test is ideal for monitoring acquired dyschromat-opsias, since it is rapid, can be administered… CONTINUE READING

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