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  1. Taken in part from a thesis in the Library of Cornell University.
  2. Broca and Sulzer, C. R., 134, p. 381; 1902; 137, p. 944, p. 977, p. 1046; 1903.
  3. Jour. de Physiol. et de Path. gen., 4, p. 632; 1902; 6, p. 55; 1904.
  4. Annales d'Oculistique, 131, p. 107; 1904.
  5. e. g. Outlines of Applied Optics, P. G. Nutting, p. 132, Philadelphia; 1912. Color and its Applications, M. Luckiesh, p. 138, New York; 1921. Color Vision, J. H. Parsons, p. 95, Cambridge; 1924.
  6. Shelford Bidwell, Proc. Roy. Soc., 56, p. 132; 1894.
  7. Marion A. Bills, Psych. Rev. Monogr., 28, No. 5; 1920.
  8. Kleitman and Piéron, L'Année Psychologistique, 25, p. 34; 1924.
  9. André Broca, Jour. de Physique, III, 3, p. 206; 1894.
  10. For the determination of the color temperature of a similar lamp burned at the given voltage, the writer is indebted to Dr. Forsythe and Mr. Watson of the Nela Research Laboratory.
  11. The total visual transmissions and the transmissions at various wave lengths of the filter films are given in the phamplet Wratten Light Filters of the Eastman Kodak Company.
  12. Prentice Reeves, Psych. Rev., 25, p. 330, 1918; also J.O.S.A., 4, p. 35, 1920.
  13. e. g. Max Büchner, Psychol. Stud., 2, p. 1; 1907.
  14. Aug. Charpentier, C. R. Soc. de Biol., 89, p. 191; 1887.
  15. W. McDougall, Brit. Jour. of Psych., 1, p. 151; 1904.

Bidwell, Shelford

Shelford Bidwell, Proc. Roy. Soc., 56, p. 132; 1894.

Bills, Marion A.

Marion A. Bills, Psych. Rev. Monogr., 28, No. 5; 1920.

Broca, André

André Broca, Jour. de Physique, III, 3, p. 206; 1894.

Büchner, Max

e. g. Max Büchner, Psychol. Stud., 2, p. 1; 1907.

Charpentier, Aug.

Aug. Charpentier, C. R. Soc. de Biol., 89, p. 191; 1887.

d’Oculistique, Annales

Annales d'Oculistique, 131, p. 107; 1904.

McDougall, W.

W. McDougall, Brit. Jour. of Psych., 1, p. 151; 1904.

Nutting, P. G.

e. g. Outlines of Applied Optics, P. G. Nutting, p. 132, Philadelphia; 1912. Color and its Applications, M. Luckiesh, p. 138, New York; 1921. Color Vision, J. H. Parsons, p. 95, Cambridge; 1924.

Reeves, Prentice

Prentice Reeves, Psych. Rev., 25, p. 330, 1918; also J.O.S.A., 4, p. 35, 1920.

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Taken in part from a thesis in the Library of Cornell University.

Broca and Sulzer, C. R., 134, p. 381; 1902; 137, p. 944, p. 977, p. 1046; 1903.

Jour. de Physiol. et de Path. gen., 4, p. 632; 1902; 6, p. 55; 1904.

Annales d'Oculistique, 131, p. 107; 1904.

e. g. Outlines of Applied Optics, P. G. Nutting, p. 132, Philadelphia; 1912. Color and its Applications, M. Luckiesh, p. 138, New York; 1921. Color Vision, J. H. Parsons, p. 95, Cambridge; 1924.

Shelford Bidwell, Proc. Roy. Soc., 56, p. 132; 1894.

Marion A. Bills, Psych. Rev. Monogr., 28, No. 5; 1920.

Kleitman and Piéron, L'Année Psychologistique, 25, p. 34; 1924.

André Broca, Jour. de Physique, III, 3, p. 206; 1894.

For the determination of the color temperature of a similar lamp burned at the given voltage, the writer is indebted to Dr. Forsythe and Mr. Watson of the Nela Research Laboratory.

The total visual transmissions and the transmissions at various wave lengths of the filter films are given in the phamplet Wratten Light Filters of the Eastman Kodak Company.

Prentice Reeves, Psych. Rev., 25, p. 330, 1918; also J.O.S.A., 4, p. 35, 1920.

e. g. Max Büchner, Psychol. Stud., 2, p. 1; 1907.

Aug. Charpentier, C. R. Soc. de Biol., 89, p. 191; 1887.

W. McDougall, Brit. Jour. of Psych., 1, p. 151; 1904.

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