Color perception within a chromatic context: the effect of short-wavelength light on color appearance.

@article{Wesner1994ColorPW,
  title={Color perception within a chromatic context: the effect of short-wavelength light on color appearance.},
  author={M. F. Wesner and Steven K. Shevell},
  journal={Vision research},
  year={1994},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={359-65}
}
Light at the boundary of a uniform test field (contrast) has a qualitatively different effect on color perception than light in more remote noncontiguous regions (context). Basic properties of color perception with contextual short-wavelength light are assessed here with a 1 degree test field surrounded by either contiguous or noncontiguous 440 or 491 nm light (32 td). Contrasting stimuli are 3 or 5 degrees adapting fields, a thin 1 degree i.d.-2 degrees o.d. (0.5 degree wide) contiguous band… CONTINUE READING
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