Photopic spectral sensitivity of the cat.

@article{Loop1987PhotopicSS,
  title={Photopic spectral sensitivity of the cat.},
  author={Michael S. Loop and Claire Millican and S W Thomas},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={382},
  pages={537-53}
}
1. The psychophysical spectral sensitivity of cats was assessed using a two-choice visual discrimination task by determining increment thresholds and critical flicker frequency on white and chromatic backgrounds. 2. For large increments, on 0.0, 0.3 and 3.0 cd/m2 white backgrounds, the cats were most sensitive to 497 nm indicating that these backgrounds are scotopic. On 30 and 300 cd/m2 white backgrounds, the cats were most sensitive to about 454 and 561 nm indicating that these backgrounds are… CONTINUE READING
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