color vision

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  • noun

Synonyms for color vision

the normal ability to see colors

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The findings suggest that sadness is specifically responsible for the differences in color perception.
The acceptance of perception--and color perception in particular--as a proper topic for study by serious scientists was a hard won victory hashed out by scientists and philosophers (and scientist/philosophers) over the course of more than a century.
At low light levels, the rods of the human eye are more dominant than the cones and color perception is lost.
Human vision is a process of great complexity that involves many processes such as shape and pattern recognition, motion analysis, and color perception.
SCT-Gray lens tint reduces solar glare while allowing true color perception.
This overview presents the fundamentals of color, from color perception to colorimetry and the CIE system for measuring color.
The overall result could color perception of a pill awaiting a US approval decision that combines TriLipix with AstraZeneca's powerful statin Crestor.
It describes the influence of one color on color perception in the neighboring areas (Shepherd, 1999).
According to a tri-stimulus theory of the color perception color can be represented by three parameters such as CIE XYZ or CIE L*a*b* (Berns, 2000).
Cataracts can cause the lens to become opaque and yellow which affects color perception (Ruholl, 2003).
Their keen color perception necessitates camouflage and a mask.
In 1878, Ewald Hering carried out research into color perception and began to develop several key theories on how we all share the same method of 'seeing' color.
Language may expand on basic, nonverbal knowledge in other areas, such as color perception, spatial navigation and inferences about others' beliefs and desires, he added.
The 2008 edition of this revered annual series summarizes recent research findings on the brain antireward system related to addiction, neural mechanisms underlying body weight regulation, neuroendocrine regulation of feminine sexual behavior, and color perception in complex scenes.
The effect of macular photopigments on blue-light filtration and color perception is well established.