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  1. R. J. Lythgoe, The Measurement of Visual Acuity, Medical Research Council, Special Report No. 173, 1932.
  2. P. W. Cobb, and F. K. Moss, Four Fundamental Factors in Vision, Trans. I. E. S. 23, 496 (1928); The Four Variables of the Visual Threshold, J. Frank. Inst. 205, 831 (1928).
  3. According to Ferree and Rand, the effect of increases in exposure time on visual acuity is almost negligible with exposure times greater than 0.10 second for a background luminosity 5 lumens per square foot. C. E. Ferree and Gertrude Rand, Trans. I. E. S. 23, 521 (1928).
  4. A. König, Die Abhängigkeit der Sehschärfe von der Beleuchtungsintensität, Gesammelte Abhandlungen zur Physiologischen Optik (1903).
  5. S. Hecht, The Relation between Visual Acuity and Illumination, J. Gen. Physiol. 2, 255 (1927–29).
  6. S. Hecht and R. E. Williams, The Visibility of Monochromatic Radiation and the Absorption Spectrum of Visual Purple, J. Gen. Physiol. 5, 1 (1922).

Cobb, P. W.

P. W. Cobb, and F. K. Moss, Four Fundamental Factors in Vision, Trans. I. E. S. 23, 496 (1928); The Four Variables of the Visual Threshold, J. Frank. Inst. 205, 831 (1928).

Ferree, C. E.

According to Ferree and Rand, the effect of increases in exposure time on visual acuity is almost negligible with exposure times greater than 0.10 second for a background luminosity 5 lumens per square foot. C. E. Ferree and Gertrude Rand, Trans. I. E. S. 23, 521 (1928).

Hecht, S.

S. Hecht and R. E. Williams, The Visibility of Monochromatic Radiation and the Absorption Spectrum of Visual Purple, J. Gen. Physiol. 5, 1 (1922).

S. Hecht, The Relation between Visual Acuity and Illumination, J. Gen. Physiol. 2, 255 (1927–29).

König, A.

A. König, Die Abhängigkeit der Sehschärfe von der Beleuchtungsintensität, Gesammelte Abhandlungen zur Physiologischen Optik (1903).

Lythgoe, R. J.

R. J. Lythgoe, The Measurement of Visual Acuity, Medical Research Council, Special Report No. 173, 1932.

Moss, F. K.

P. W. Cobb, and F. K. Moss, Four Fundamental Factors in Vision, Trans. I. E. S. 23, 496 (1928); The Four Variables of the Visual Threshold, J. Frank. Inst. 205, 831 (1928).

Rand, Gertrude

According to Ferree and Rand, the effect of increases in exposure time on visual acuity is almost negligible with exposure times greater than 0.10 second for a background luminosity 5 lumens per square foot. C. E. Ferree and Gertrude Rand, Trans. I. E. S. 23, 521 (1928).

Williams, R. E.

S. Hecht and R. E. Williams, The Visibility of Monochromatic Radiation and the Absorption Spectrum of Visual Purple, J. Gen. Physiol. 5, 1 (1922).

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R. J. Lythgoe, The Measurement of Visual Acuity, Medical Research Council, Special Report No. 173, 1932.

P. W. Cobb, and F. K. Moss, Four Fundamental Factors in Vision, Trans. I. E. S. 23, 496 (1928); The Four Variables of the Visual Threshold, J. Frank. Inst. 205, 831 (1928).

According to Ferree and Rand, the effect of increases in exposure time on visual acuity is almost negligible with exposure times greater than 0.10 second for a background luminosity 5 lumens per square foot. C. E. Ferree and Gertrude Rand, Trans. I. E. S. 23, 521 (1928).

A. König, Die Abhängigkeit der Sehschärfe von der Beleuchtungsintensität, Gesammelte Abhandlungen zur Physiologischen Optik (1903).

S. Hecht, The Relation between Visual Acuity and Illumination, J. Gen. Physiol. 2, 255 (1927–29).

S. Hecht and R. E. Williams, The Visibility of Monochromatic Radiation and the Absorption Spectrum of Visual Purple, J. Gen. Physiol. 5, 1 (1922).

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