Simple reaction time as a function of luminance for various wavelengths*

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  title={Simple reaction time as a function of luminance for various wavelengths*},
  author={},
  year={1999}
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  • Published 1999
Reaction time to white and colored targets was measured on two Ss for stimuli presented over a wide range of scotopic and photopic retinal illuminance levels. The colored targets were each photometrically matched for brightness against a white standard target at one photopic level (1.00 log td). The data show that for both the white and colored stimuli, reaction time is long at low target illuminations and progressively decreases to approach a final asymptotic value as the illumination level is… CONTINUE READING

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