Persistence of complementary afterimages as a function of adult age and exposure duration.

@article{Kline1977PersistenceOC,
  title={Persistence of complementary afterimages as a function of adult age and exposure duration.},
  author={Donald W. Kline and S Nestor},
  journal={Experimental aging research},
  year={1977},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={191-201}
}
The persistence of complementary afterimages was studied in 36 young (X age 18.8 years) and old (X age 62.1 years) male and female subjects. Afterimage persistence was found to be a direct function of exposure duration and to be greater for the older subjects as compared with the younger ones. The interactions between age and duration and between… CONTINUE READING