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  1. Phil. Mag. 38, p. 56; 1919.Phys. Rev. 11, p. 257; 1900.
  2. E. L. Nichols, Am. Jour. Sci. 28; 1884. Also, Allen, Phil. Mag, loc. cit. and Phys.Rev. loc. cit.
  3. Quoted from Rivers in Parsons, "Colour Vision," p. 95.
  4. Am. Jour. Sci. 3, p. 44; 1892.
  5. Proc. Roy. Soc. 63; 1898.
  6. Parsons, loc. cit. p. 96.
  7. Burch: "Physiological Optics," p. 91.
  8. As all curves obtained with the equilibrium colors are coincident with the normal,only that in Fig. 5, for .660µ, is shown.
  9. Phil. Mag. 38, p. 69; 1919.
  10. Abney: "Researches in Colour Vision." p. 94.
  11. "Modern Chromatics," p. 165.
  12. Phys. Rev. 11, 274; 1900.
  13. Phys. Res. 11, p. 265; 1900.
  14. As all the equilibrium colors give curves coincident with the normal, only that for .660µ is here reproduced.
  15. See especially Exner's Sensation Curves in Parsons', Colour Vision, p. 223.
  16. Phys. Rev. 11, p. 276; 1900.
  17. Researches in Colour Vision, p. 230. Also: Phil. Trans. A. 193, p. 259.
  18. Phys. Rev. 11, p. 265; 1900.
  19. Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 76; 1905.
  20. Parsons: Colour Vision, p. 50.
  21. Physiological Optics, p. 127.
  22. Parsons: "Colour Vision," pp. 222 and 244. See also Exner's curves on p. 222 forintersection point "d."
  23. Parsons: loc. cit. p. 230.
  24. Abney: Researches. p. 231.
  25. For valuable expositions of the chief modern theories see "Colour vision," by J. H.Parsons.
  26. Phil. Trans. A., 190, p. 195; 1897.
  27. Phil. Trans. A., 205, p. 348.
  28. "Colour vision"; p. 29.
  29. Parsons: "Colour Vision," p. 203.
  30. Quoted from McDougall by Parsons: Color Vision, p. 111.
  31. Parsons; loc. cit., p. 128.
  32. loc. cit. p. 218.
  33. Phil. Trans. B. p. 5; 1899.
  34. Physiology of Vision, p. 235.
  35. Proc. Roy. Soc., 56, p. 132; 1894.
  36. Proc. Roy. Soc., 61, p. 269; 1896.
  37. "Researches in Colour vision." p. 396.
  38. Nature, 107, p. 826; 1921. Also Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 92, p. 232; 1921.
  39. Parsons, Loc. cit., p. 274.
  40. Parsons: Colour Vision, p. 115.
  41. Ibid: p. 104.
  42. Phys. Rev., 15, p. 193; 1902.
  43. Text-Book of Anatomy. Cunningham, 5th Ed. pp. 620 and 769.
  44. Cunningham, loc. cit., p. 620. Also: Gray, Anatomy p. 830; (1920 ed.).
  45. Text-Book of Physiology, 8th Ed., p. 139.
  46. 3rd Ed., p. 552.
  47. Integrative Action of the Nervous System. Lecture X, p. 354.
  48. Starling: loc. cit. p. 335. For other reflex time determinations see Howell, loc. cit. p. 145.
  49. Starling: loc. cit. p. 335.
  50. See Starling, Loc. cit. p. 711.

Nichols, E. L.

E. L. Nichols, Am. Jour. Sci. 28; 1884. Also, Allen, Phil. Mag, loc. cit. and Phys.Rev. loc. cit.

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Phil. Mag. 38, p. 56; 1919.Phys. Rev. 11, p. 257; 1900.

E. L. Nichols, Am. Jour. Sci. 28; 1884. Also, Allen, Phil. Mag, loc. cit. and Phys.Rev. loc. cit.

Quoted from Rivers in Parsons, "Colour Vision," p. 95.

Am. Jour. Sci. 3, p. 44; 1892.

Proc. Roy. Soc. 63; 1898.

Parsons, loc. cit. p. 96.

Burch: "Physiological Optics," p. 91.

As all curves obtained with the equilibrium colors are coincident with the normal,only that in Fig. 5, for .660µ, is shown.

Phil. Mag. 38, p. 69; 1919.

Abney: "Researches in Colour Vision." p. 94.

"Modern Chromatics," p. 165.

Phys. Rev. 11, 274; 1900.

Phys. Res. 11, p. 265; 1900.

As all the equilibrium colors give curves coincident with the normal, only that for .660µ is here reproduced.

See especially Exner's Sensation Curves in Parsons', Colour Vision, p. 223.

Phys. Rev. 11, p. 276; 1900.

Researches in Colour Vision, p. 230. Also: Phil. Trans. A. 193, p. 259.

Phys. Rev. 11, p. 265; 1900.

Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 76; 1905.

Parsons: Colour Vision, p. 50.

Physiological Optics, p. 127.

Parsons: "Colour Vision," pp. 222 and 244. See also Exner's curves on p. 222 forintersection point "d."

Parsons: loc. cit. p. 230.

Abney: Researches. p. 231.

For valuable expositions of the chief modern theories see "Colour vision," by J. H.Parsons.

Phil. Trans. A., 190, p. 195; 1897.

Phil. Trans. A., 205, p. 348.

"Colour vision"; p. 29.

Parsons: "Colour Vision," p. 203.

Quoted from McDougall by Parsons: Color Vision, p. 111.

Parsons; loc. cit., p. 128.

loc. cit. p. 218.

Phil. Trans. B. p. 5; 1899.

Physiology of Vision, p. 235.

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

Proc. Roy. Soc., 61, p. 269; 1896.

"Researches in Colour vision." p. 396.

Nature, 107, p. 826; 1921. Also Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 92, p. 232; 1921.

Parsons, Loc. cit., p. 274.

Parsons: Colour Vision, p. 115.

Ibid: p. 104.

Phys. Rev., 15, p. 193; 1902.

Text-Book of Anatomy. Cunningham, 5th Ed. pp. 620 and 769.

Cunningham, loc. cit., p. 620. Also: Gray, Anatomy p. 830; (1920 ed.).

Text-Book of Physiology, 8th Ed., p. 139.

3rd Ed., p. 552.

Integrative Action of the Nervous System. Lecture X, p. 354.

Starling: loc. cit. p. 335. For other reflex time determinations see Howell, loc. cit. p. 145.

Starling: loc. cit. p. 335.

See Starling, Loc. cit. p. 711.

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