A time induced tritan defect

@article{Taylor1983ATI,
  title={A time induced tritan defect},
  author={Sharyti P. Taylor},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1983},
  volume={23},
  pages={745-748}
}
It is hypothesized that if blue is signalled more slowly than red in the visual system, and if integration time is longer for blue than for red, then a tritan defect should be apparent for normal observers. Data from short-exposure viewing of the City University Colour Vision Test indicate that, at 3.75 msec. a significant tritan error occurs. 

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