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  1. Broca and C. R. Sulzer, 134, p. 381; 1902;137, p. 944, p. 977, p. 1046; 1903.
  2. Jour. de Physiol. et de Path. gen.,  4, p. 632; 1902;Jour. de Physiol. et de Path. gen. 6, p. 55; 1904.
  3. Annales d’Oculistique,  131, p. 107; 1904.
  4. 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.
  5. Shelford Bidwell, Proc. Roy. Soc.,  56, p. 132; 1894.
    [Crossref]
  6. Marion A. Bills, Psych. Rev. Monogr.,  28, No. 5; 1920.
  7. Kleitman and Piéron, L’Année Psychologistique,  25, p. 34; 1924.
    [Crossref]
  8. André Broca, Jour. de Physique, III,  3, p. 206; 1894.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Prentice Reeves, Psych. Rev.,  25, p. 330, 1918;also J.O.S.A.,  4, p. 35, 1920.
    [Crossref]
  12. e. g. Max Büchner, Psychol. Stud.,  2, p. 1; 1907.
  13. Aug. Charpentier, C. R. Soc. de Biol.,  89, p. 191; 1887.
  14. W. McDougall, Brit. Jour. of Psych.,  1, p. 151; 1904.

1924 (1)

Kleitman and Piéron, L’Année Psychologistique,  25, p. 34; 1924.
[Crossref]

1920 (1)

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

1918 (1)

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

1907 (1)

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

1904 (2)

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

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

1902 (1)

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

1894 (2)

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

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

1887 (1)

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

Bidwell, Shelford

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

Bills, Marion A.

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

Broca,

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

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.

Kleitman,

Kleitman and Piéron, L’Année Psychologistique,  25, p. 34; 1924.
[Crossref]

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.

Piéron,

Kleitman and Piéron, L’Année Psychologistique,  25, p. 34; 1924.
[Crossref]

Reeves, Prentice

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

Sulzer, C. R.

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

Annales d’Oculistique (1)

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

Brit. Jour. of Psych. (1)

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

C. R. Soc. de Biol. (1)

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

Jour. de Physiol. et de Path. gen. (1)

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

Jour. de Physique, III (1)

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

L’Année Psychologistique (1)

Kleitman and Piéron, L’Année Psychologistique,  25, p. 34; 1924.
[Crossref]

Proc. Roy. Soc. (1)

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

Psych. Rev. (1)

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

Psych. Rev. Monogr. (1)

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

Psychol. Stud. (1)

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

Other (4)

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.

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

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.

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(a) Data from Bills. (b) Data from Kleitman and Piéron. (c) Data from present experiment. Key refers to filters of (c), but same symbols are used for corresponding spectral regions of (a), (b) and (c). Points marked “2 mm” refer to data obtained with artificial pupil.

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Arrangement of apparatus.

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Curves for white light.

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Curves for green (filter 74). Curves for yellow-green (filter 73).

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Curves for red (filter 70). Curves for blue (filter 76).

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Overshooting as a function of field brightness. Key refers to filters. Points marked 2 mm refer to data obtained with artificial pupil.

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Table 1 11/15/16. Dark adaptation. Tachometer calibration: 3. 10 a.m. Obs: W. H. S. Opr: J. E. L. Filter: 73, factor: .035 ml factor: 31 Pupil dia. for BEQ = 1.50 ml is 4.8 mm. Photon factor: 57.5

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Table 2 11/24/26. Dark adaptation. Tachometer calibration: 3. 10 a.m. Obs: W. H. S. Opr: J.E.L. Filters: 74, 5% neutral, factors: .02, .05 ml factor: 31 Pupil dia. for BEQ =.0410 is 6.4 mm. Photon factor: 102

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Table 3 Light adaptation surrounding field:.6 ml tapering to .1 ml

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T c r = [ ( B E Q 1.47 ) .6 + 6 ] 1
T c r = [ ( B E Q k 1 ) n + k 2 ] 1
B A P ( max. ) B E Q
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