The Effect of Pre-Adapting Spectral Stimuli on Visual Response.
NAVAL AIR DEVELOPMENT CENTER WARMINSTER PA CREW SYSTEMS DEPT
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Electroretinograms ERGs were recorded following pre-adapting exposures to radiometrically and photometrically matched spectral stimuli. The magnitudes of three aspects of the ERG varied as a function of the pre-adapting wavelength. Longer wavelength pre-adapting stimuli produced less suppression of the response parameters than stimuli from the short wavelength end of the spectrum. The implications of the findings for display design and cockpit-light-source design and management are discussed. Author
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