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  1. Dei Colori Imaginarii, Opusc. scelti sulla Scienze, da Carlo Amoretti, Soave V. 21, p. 274.
  2. Direct quotation from work of 1761, in Burch, Roy. Soc. London, Proc.,  66, 204–206; 1899–1900.
  3. Essai Analytique sur I’Âme, et Essai de Psychol., 1785.N.B. The original works of these three authors were not available to me. The citations are by Burch in reference 2.
  4. Colour and Colour Theories, New York, 1929, p. 114 et passim.
  5. Wm. de W. Abney, Researches in Colour Vision, London, 1913, pp. 195–198.
  6. C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Chromatic Thresholds of Sensation from the Center to the Periphery of the Retina, Part I, Psychol. Rev.,  26, 16–41; 1919.
    [Crossref]
  7. Aubert, Physiologie der Netzhaut, 1865, p. 116.
  8. Landolt and Snellen, Handbuch der ges. Augenheilkunde von Graefe und Saemische, 1874,  3, p. 70.
  9. Augustin Charpentier, La Lumière et les Couleurs, Paris, 1888.
  10. Ole Bull, Studien über Lichtsinn und Farbensinn. Albrecht von Graefe’s Archiv f. Ophth.,  27, 1881, pp. 54–154.
    [Crossref]
  11. Ferree and Rand, The Limits of Color Sensitivity: Effects of Brightness of Pre-exposure and Surrounding Field, Psychol. Rev. 27, 377–398; 1920.
    [Crossref]
  12. Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 31; 1919.
  13. Abney, Op. cit., pp. 208–210; reading, I presume, “Powers of −2” as “Powers of 12.”
  14. Charpentier, op. cit., Curve, p. 202.
  15. Op. cit., Part II, Psychol. Rev.,  26, 150–163; 1919.
    [Crossref]
  16. Ole Bull, Op. cit., Especially Figure 2 at the end of Abtheilung 1; also Sur la périmétrie au moyen de pigments colorés, Annales d’oculistique,  110, 1893, pp. 169–181, values p. 177.
  17. Carl Hess, Ueber den Farbensinn bei indirectem Sehen, Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, 1889, pp. 1–62, tabular values pp. 45–51.
  18. J. W. Baird, The Color Sensitivity of the Peripheral Retina, Carnegie Institution, Washington, 1905, pp. 61–62.
  19. Also cf. Emil Hegg, Zur Farbenperimetrie, Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth., 1892,  38, 3, pp. 145–168, tabular values p. 166, and La périmétrie des couleurs, Ann. d’oculistique,  109, 1893, pp. 321–347, tabular values pp. 343–344.
    [Crossref]
  20. A. Kirschmann, Philosophische Studien von Wundt,  8, 592–614; 1893.
  21. Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 18; 25–37; 1919. The Absolute Limits of Color Sensitivity, Psychol. Rev.,  27, 1–23, 21; 1920 (1).
    [Crossref]
  22. Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  27, 18, 1920.
  23. Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 150–163; 1919.
    [Crossref]
  24. Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 30–31; 1919.
  25. Geo J. Burch, On Artificial Temporary Colour-blindness. Roy. Soc. Lond., Phil. Trans.,  191b., 1–34; 1898.
  26. Op. cit., p. 21.
  27. J. H. v. Parsons, Introduction to Colour Vision, Cambridge, 1915.
    [Crossref]
  28. Op. cit., Part I, p. 18.
  29. Loc. cit.
  30. Op. cit., Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, 17–25; 1889.
  31. Loc. cit.
  32. Op. cit., pp. 60, 72.
  33. ZS. f. Psychol. und Physiol. der Sinnesorgane, 46:  2, 2–82; 1911–12.
  34. H. v. Helmholtz, Physiologischen Optik, 2nd Ed., Leipzig, 1896, p. 471.
  35. Wm. de W. Abney, On Changes in the Hue of Spectrum Colours upon Dilution with White Light. Roy. Soc. Lond., Proc.,  83A, 1909, pp. 120–127; and Researches in Colour Vision and the Trichromatic Theory, London, 1913, p. 257.
    [Crossref]
  36. Géza. Révész, Über die vom Weiss ausgehende Schwächung der Wirksamkeit farbiger Lichtreize, ZS. f. Psychol. u. Physiol. der Sinnesorgane,  41:2, pp. 116–118; 1907.
  37. E. Schrödinger, Grundlinien einer Theorie der Farbenmetrik im Tagessehen, Ann. d. Physik, (4) 63, pp. 512–517; 1920.
  38. F. W. Edridge-Green, The Change in Hue Caused by the Addition of White Light to Spectral Colours, Report of Brit. Assn. for the Advancement of Science, 89th meeting, Edinburgh, 1921, p. 447.
  39. Deane B. Judd, The Empiric Relation between Dominant Wave length and Purity, J.O.S.A.,  14, 475; 1927.
  40. Op. cit., p. 14.
  41. Op. cit., Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, pp. 17, 23; 1889; and Parsons, op. cit., pp. 40–41.
  42. Roy. Soc. Lond., Phil. Trans.,  150, 78; 1860.
  43. The Physicist and the Facts of Color, Science,  66, 591; 1927.
  44. Op. cit., p. 27.
  45. J. W. Baird, Op. cit., p. 53.
  46. Op. cit., p. 10.
  47. Suggested by M. Luckiesh, Cleveland, 1931.
  48. The Ultra-Violet and Visible Transmission of Various Colored Glasses, Gibson, Tyndall, and McNicholas, Bureau of Standards Technologic Papers,  148, 9; 1920.

1927 (2)

Deane B. Judd, The Empiric Relation between Dominant Wave length and Purity, J.O.S.A.,  14, 475; 1927.

The Physicist and the Facts of Color, Science,  66, 591; 1927.

1920 (4)

The Ultra-Violet and Visible Transmission of Various Colored Glasses, Gibson, Tyndall, and McNicholas, Bureau of Standards Technologic Papers,  148, 9; 1920.

E. Schrödinger, Grundlinien einer Theorie der Farbenmetrik im Tagessehen, Ann. d. Physik, (4) 63, pp. 512–517; 1920.

Ferree and Rand, The Limits of Color Sensitivity: Effects of Brightness of Pre-exposure and Surrounding Field, Psychol. Rev. 27, 377–398; 1920.
[Crossref]

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  27, 18, 1920.

1919 (6)

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 150–163; 1919.
[Crossref]

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 30–31; 1919.

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 18; 25–37; 1919. The Absolute Limits of Color Sensitivity, Psychol. Rev.,  27, 1–23, 21; 1920 (1).
[Crossref]

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 31; 1919.

Op. cit., Part II, Psychol. Rev.,  26, 150–163; 1919.
[Crossref]

C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Chromatic Thresholds of Sensation from the Center to the Periphery of the Retina, Part I, Psychol. Rev.,  26, 16–41; 1919.
[Crossref]

1909 (1)

Wm. de W. Abney, On Changes in the Hue of Spectrum Colours upon Dilution with White Light. Roy. Soc. Lond., Proc.,  83A, 1909, pp. 120–127; and Researches in Colour Vision and the Trichromatic Theory, London, 1913, p. 257.
[Crossref]

1907 (1)

Géza. Révész, Über die vom Weiss ausgehende Schwächung der Wirksamkeit farbiger Lichtreize, ZS. f. Psychol. u. Physiol. der Sinnesorgane,  41:2, pp. 116–118; 1907.

1898 (1)

Geo J. Burch, On Artificial Temporary Colour-blindness. Roy. Soc. Lond., Phil. Trans.,  191b., 1–34; 1898.

1893 (2)

A. Kirschmann, Philosophische Studien von Wundt,  8, 592–614; 1893.

Ole Bull, Op. cit., Especially Figure 2 at the end of Abtheilung 1; also Sur la périmétrie au moyen de pigments colorés, Annales d’oculistique,  110, 1893, pp. 169–181, values p. 177.

1892 (1)

Also cf. Emil Hegg, Zur Farbenperimetrie, Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth., 1892,  38, 3, pp. 145–168, tabular values p. 166, and La périmétrie des couleurs, Ann. d’oculistique,  109, 1893, pp. 321–347, tabular values pp. 343–344.
[Crossref]

1889 (3)

Op. cit., Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, 17–25; 1889.

Carl Hess, Ueber den Farbensinn bei indirectem Sehen, Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, 1889, pp. 1–62, tabular values pp. 45–51.

Op. cit., Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, pp. 17, 23; 1889; and Parsons, op. cit., pp. 40–41.

1881 (1)

Ole Bull, Studien über Lichtsinn und Farbensinn. Albrecht von Graefe’s Archiv f. Ophth.,  27, 1881, pp. 54–154.
[Crossref]

1874 (1)

Landolt and Snellen, Handbuch der ges. Augenheilkunde von Graefe und Saemische, 1874,  3, p. 70.

1865 (1)

Aubert, Physiologie der Netzhaut, 1865, p. 116.

1860 (1)

Roy. Soc. Lond., Phil. Trans.,  150, 78; 1860.

1785 (1)

Essai Analytique sur I’Âme, et Essai de Psychol., 1785.N.B. The original works of these three authors were not available to me. The citations are by Burch in reference 2.

Abney,

Abney, Op. cit., pp. 208–210; reading, I presume, “Powers of −2” as “Powers of 12.”

Abney, Wm. de W.

Wm. de W. Abney, On Changes in the Hue of Spectrum Colours upon Dilution with White Light. Roy. Soc. Lond., Proc.,  83A, 1909, pp. 120–127; and Researches in Colour Vision and the Trichromatic Theory, London, 1913, p. 257.
[Crossref]

Wm. de W. Abney, Researches in Colour Vision, London, 1913, pp. 195–198.

Aubert,

Aubert, Physiologie der Netzhaut, 1865, p. 116.

Baird, J. W.

J. W. Baird, The Color Sensitivity of the Peripheral Retina, Carnegie Institution, Washington, 1905, pp. 61–62.

J. W. Baird, Op. cit., p. 53.

Bull, Ole

Ole Bull, Op. cit., Especially Figure 2 at the end of Abtheilung 1; also Sur la périmétrie au moyen de pigments colorés, Annales d’oculistique,  110, 1893, pp. 169–181, values p. 177.

Ole Bull, Studien über Lichtsinn und Farbensinn. Albrecht von Graefe’s Archiv f. Ophth.,  27, 1881, pp. 54–154.
[Crossref]

Burch,

Direct quotation from work of 1761, in Burch, Roy. Soc. London, Proc.,  66, 204–206; 1899–1900.

Burch, Geo J.

Geo J. Burch, On Artificial Temporary Colour-blindness. Roy. Soc. Lond., Phil. Trans.,  191b., 1–34; 1898.

Charpentier,

Charpentier, op. cit., Curve, p. 202.

Charpentier, Augustin

Augustin Charpentier, La Lumière et les Couleurs, Paris, 1888.

Edridge-Green, F. W.

F. W. Edridge-Green, The Change in Hue Caused by the Addition of White Light to Spectral Colours, Report of Brit. Assn. for the Advancement of Science, 89th meeting, Edinburgh, 1921, p. 447.

Ferree,

Ferree and Rand, The Limits of Color Sensitivity: Effects of Brightness of Pre-exposure and Surrounding Field, Psychol. Rev. 27, 377–398; 1920.
[Crossref]

Ferree, C. E.

C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Chromatic Thresholds of Sensation from the Center to the Periphery of the Retina, Part I, Psychol. Rev.,  26, 16–41; 1919.
[Crossref]

Gibson,

The Ultra-Violet and Visible Transmission of Various Colored Glasses, Gibson, Tyndall, and McNicholas, Bureau of Standards Technologic Papers,  148, 9; 1920.

Hegg, Emil

Also cf. Emil Hegg, Zur Farbenperimetrie, Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth., 1892,  38, 3, pp. 145–168, tabular values p. 166, and La périmétrie des couleurs, Ann. d’oculistique,  109, 1893, pp. 321–347, tabular values pp. 343–344.
[Crossref]

Hess, Carl

Carl Hess, Ueber den Farbensinn bei indirectem Sehen, Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, 1889, pp. 1–62, tabular values pp. 45–51.

Judd, Deane B.

Deane B. Judd, The Empiric Relation between Dominant Wave length and Purity, J.O.S.A.,  14, 475; 1927.

Kirschmann, A.

A. Kirschmann, Philosophische Studien von Wundt,  8, 592–614; 1893.

Landolt,

Landolt and Snellen, Handbuch der ges. Augenheilkunde von Graefe und Saemische, 1874,  3, p. 70.

Luckiesh, M.

Suggested by M. Luckiesh, Cleveland, 1931.

McNicholas,

The Ultra-Violet and Visible Transmission of Various Colored Glasses, Gibson, Tyndall, and McNicholas, Bureau of Standards Technologic Papers,  148, 9; 1920.

Rand,

Ferree and Rand, The Limits of Color Sensitivity: Effects of Brightness of Pre-exposure and Surrounding Field, Psychol. Rev. 27, 377–398; 1920.
[Crossref]

Rand, G.

C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Chromatic Thresholds of Sensation from the Center to the Periphery of the Retina, Part I, Psychol. Rev.,  26, 16–41; 1919.
[Crossref]

Révész, Géza.

Géza. Révész, Über die vom Weiss ausgehende Schwächung der Wirksamkeit farbiger Lichtreize, ZS. f. Psychol. u. Physiol. der Sinnesorgane,  41:2, pp. 116–118; 1907.

Schrödinger, E.

E. Schrödinger, Grundlinien einer Theorie der Farbenmetrik im Tagessehen, Ann. d. Physik, (4) 63, pp. 512–517; 1920.

Snellen,

Landolt and Snellen, Handbuch der ges. Augenheilkunde von Graefe und Saemische, 1874,  3, p. 70.

Tyndall,

The Ultra-Violet and Visible Transmission of Various Colored Glasses, Gibson, Tyndall, and McNicholas, Bureau of Standards Technologic Papers,  148, 9; 1920.

v. Helmholtz, H.

H. v. Helmholtz, Physiologischen Optik, 2nd Ed., Leipzig, 1896, p. 471.

v. Parsons, J. H.

J. H. v. Parsons, Introduction to Colour Vision, Cambridge, 1915.
[Crossref]

Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth. (4)

Carl Hess, Ueber den Farbensinn bei indirectem Sehen, Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, 1889, pp. 1–62, tabular values pp. 45–51.

Also cf. Emil Hegg, Zur Farbenperimetrie, Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth., 1892,  38, 3, pp. 145–168, tabular values p. 166, and La périmétrie des couleurs, Ann. d’oculistique,  109, 1893, pp. 321–347, tabular values pp. 343–344.
[Crossref]

Op. cit., Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, 17–25; 1889.

Op. cit., Albrecht v. Graefe’s Arch. f. Ophth.,  35, 4, pp. 17, 23; 1889; and Parsons, op. cit., pp. 40–41.

Albrecht von Graefe’s Archiv f. Ophth. (1)

Ole Bull, Studien über Lichtsinn und Farbensinn. Albrecht von Graefe’s Archiv f. Ophth.,  27, 1881, pp. 54–154.
[Crossref]

Ann. d. Physik, (4) (1)

E. Schrödinger, Grundlinien einer Theorie der Farbenmetrik im Tagessehen, Ann. d. Physik, (4) 63, pp. 512–517; 1920.

Annales d’oculistique (1)

Ole Bull, Op. cit., Especially Figure 2 at the end of Abtheilung 1; also Sur la périmétrie au moyen de pigments colorés, Annales d’oculistique,  110, 1893, pp. 169–181, values p. 177.

Bureau of Standards Technologic Papers (1)

The Ultra-Violet and Visible Transmission of Various Colored Glasses, Gibson, Tyndall, and McNicholas, Bureau of Standards Technologic Papers,  148, 9; 1920.

Essai Analytique sur I’Âme, et Essai de Psychol. (1)

Essai Analytique sur I’Âme, et Essai de Psychol., 1785.N.B. The original works of these three authors were not available to me. The citations are by Burch in reference 2.

Handbuch der ges. Augenheilkunde von Graefe und Saemische (1)

Landolt and Snellen, Handbuch der ges. Augenheilkunde von Graefe und Saemische, 1874,  3, p. 70.

J.O.S.A. (1)

Deane B. Judd, The Empiric Relation between Dominant Wave length and Purity, J.O.S.A.,  14, 475; 1927.

Part I, Psychol. Rev. (1)

C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Chromatic Thresholds of Sensation from the Center to the Periphery of the Retina, Part I, Psychol. Rev.,  26, 16–41; 1919.
[Crossref]

Part II, Psychol. Rev. (1)

Op. cit., Part II, Psychol. Rev.,  26, 150–163; 1919.
[Crossref]

Philosophische Studien von Wundt (1)

A. Kirschmann, Philosophische Studien von Wundt,  8, 592–614; 1893.

Physiologie der Netzhaut (1)

Aubert, Physiologie der Netzhaut, 1865, p. 116.

Psychol. Rev. (6)

Ferree and Rand, The Limits of Color Sensitivity: Effects of Brightness of Pre-exposure and Surrounding Field, Psychol. Rev. 27, 377–398; 1920.
[Crossref]

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 31; 1919.

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 18; 25–37; 1919. The Absolute Limits of Color Sensitivity, Psychol. Rev.,  27, 1–23, 21; 1920 (1).
[Crossref]

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  27, 18, 1920.

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 150–163; 1919.
[Crossref]

Op. cit., Psychol. Rev.,  26, 30–31; 1919.

Roy. Soc. Lond., Phil. Trans. (2)

Geo J. Burch, On Artificial Temporary Colour-blindness. Roy. Soc. Lond., Phil. Trans.,  191b., 1–34; 1898.

Roy. Soc. Lond., Phil. Trans.,  150, 78; 1860.

Roy. Soc. Lond., Proc. (1)

Wm. de W. Abney, On Changes in the Hue of Spectrum Colours upon Dilution with White Light. Roy. Soc. Lond., Proc.,  83A, 1909, pp. 120–127; and Researches in Colour Vision and the Trichromatic Theory, London, 1913, p. 257.
[Crossref]

Roy. Soc. London, Proc. (1)

Direct quotation from work of 1761, in Burch, Roy. Soc. London, Proc.,  66, 204–206; 1899–1900.

Science (1)

The Physicist and the Facts of Color, Science,  66, 591; 1927.

ZS. f. Psychol. u. Physiol. der Sinnesorgane (1)

Géza. Révész, Über die vom Weiss ausgehende Schwächung der Wirksamkeit farbiger Lichtreize, ZS. f. Psychol. u. Physiol. der Sinnesorgane,  41:2, pp. 116–118; 1907.

ZS. f. Psychol. und Physiol. der Sinnesorgane, 46 (1)

ZS. f. Psychol. und Physiol. der Sinnesorgane, 46:  2, 2–82; 1911–12.

Other (20)

H. v. Helmholtz, Physiologischen Optik, 2nd Ed., Leipzig, 1896, p. 471.

Loc. cit.

Op. cit., pp. 60, 72.

F. W. Edridge-Green, The Change in Hue Caused by the Addition of White Light to Spectral Colours, Report of Brit. Assn. for the Advancement of Science, 89th meeting, Edinburgh, 1921, p. 447.

Op. cit., p. 21.

J. H. v. Parsons, Introduction to Colour Vision, Cambridge, 1915.
[Crossref]

Op. cit., Part I, p. 18.

Loc. cit.

Dei Colori Imaginarii, Opusc. scelti sulla Scienze, da Carlo Amoretti, Soave V. 21, p. 274.

Colour and Colour Theories, New York, 1929, p. 114 et passim.

Wm. de W. Abney, Researches in Colour Vision, London, 1913, pp. 195–198.

Augustin Charpentier, La Lumière et les Couleurs, Paris, 1888.

Abney, Op. cit., pp. 208–210; reading, I presume, “Powers of −2” as “Powers of 12.”

Charpentier, op. cit., Curve, p. 202.

J. W. Baird, The Color Sensitivity of the Peripheral Retina, Carnegie Institution, Washington, 1905, pp. 61–62.

Op. cit., p. 27.

J. W. Baird, Op. cit., p. 53.

Op. cit., p. 10.

Suggested by M. Luckiesh, Cleveland, 1931.

Op. cit., p. 14.

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Green, red, and blue fields from perimetry with pigment colors. The results of 402 right eyes.

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The apparatus for perimetry with homogeneous light.

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The variation of the chromatic field limits with wave length.

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The effect of absorption by didymium glass.

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