Abstract

Color discrimination functions for three observers were plotted in the short-wavelength region of the spectrum. The method of constant stimulus differences was used. Comparisons between the present results and earlier results are reported. Sensitivity proved more variable in this region than elsewhere in the spectrum.

© 1964 Optical Society of America

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