The transition from scotopic to photopic vision in 3-month-old infants and adults: an evaluation of the rod dominance hypothesis

@article{Chien2000TheTF,
  title={The transition from scotopic to photopic vision in 3-month-old infants and adults: an evaluation of the rod dominance hypothesis},
  author={Sarina Hui-Lin Chien and Davida Y. Teller and Ii John Franklin Palmer},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={40},
  pages={3853-3871}
}
The scotopic to photopic transition was tested in adults and 12-week-old infants using a large field motion nulling technique at a series of luminances between -3.57 and 2.70 log cd m(-2). The stimuli were composed of 0.25 cyc deg(-1), 5.6 Hz blue/black and yellow/black sinusoidal grating components, superimposed and moving in opposite directions. The contrasts of the two components were traded off to determine motion nulls at each luminance level. An eye movement based response measure was… CONTINUE READING
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