Light-difference threshold and subjective brightness in the periphery of the visual field

@article{Pppel1973LightdifferenceTA,
  title={Light-difference threshold and subjective brightness in the periphery of the visual field},
  author={Ernst P{\"o}ppel and Lewis O. Harvey},
  journal={Psychologische Forschung},
  year={1973},
  volume={36},
  pages={145-161}
}
SummaryLight-difference thresholds were measured in the center and periphery of the visual field at photopic and scotopic levels. Under photopic conditions the fovea has the lowest light-difference threshold. From the fovea to 10 degrees eccentricity threshold gradually increases. It remains constant up to approximately 35 degrees eccentricity in the temporal visual field (nasal retina). Beyond the edge of this plateau of constant light-difference threshold, it again increases to the limit of… CONTINUE READING

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