Counterphase modulation flicker photometry: phenotypic and genotypic associations.

@article{LawranceOwen2014CounterphaseMF,
  title={Counterphase modulation flicker photometry: phenotypic and genotypic associations.},
  author={Adam J. Lawrance-Owen and Jenny M Bosten and Ruth E Hogg and Gary Bargary and Patrick T Goodbourn and John D. Mollon},
  journal={Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science, and vision},
  year={2014},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={
          A226-31
        }
}
The OSCAR test, a clinical device that uses counterphase flicker photometry, is believed to be sensitive to the relative numbers of long-wavelength and middle-wavelength cones in the retina, as well as to individual variations in the spectral positions of the photopigments. As part of a population study of individual variations in perception, we obtained OSCAR settings from 1058 participants. We report the distribution characteristics for this cohort. A randomly selected subset of participants… CONTINUE READING

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