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" ... of the plate. If the examinee were allowed to depart from the narrow limits established by the trial, it would include every shade of green ; the result of which would be that he would prefer to select all the vivid shades, and thus avoid the dangerous... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Сторінка 383
автори: Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1892
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Том 51

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1892
...lightest shade of the green proposed as a test-colour; for it is exactly what the colour-blind most readily confounds with the colours (1-5) of the plate....that he would prefer to select all the vivid shades, aud thus avoid the dangerous ground where his defect would certainly be discovered. This is why it...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1878
...most readily confounds with the paler shades of gray, drab, straw, and salmon-color. If the subject were allowed to depart from the narrow limits established...that he would prefer to select all the vivid shades, aud thus avoid the dangerous ground where his defect would certainly be discovered. This is why it...
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Color-blindness

Benjamin Joy Jeffries - 1880 - 316 стор.
...exactly what the color-blind most readily confounds with the colors (lo) of the plate. If the subject were allowed to depart from the narrow limits established...defect would certainly be discovered. This is why it is ITS DANGERS AND ITS DETECTION. 225 "1. He rejects, one after the other, the foreign shades; so that...
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Color-blindness: Its Danger & Its Detection

Benjamin Joy Jeffries - 1885 - 335 стор.
...exactly what the color-blind most readily confounds with the colors (1-5) of the plate. If the subject were allowed to depart from the narrow limits established...defect would certainly be discovered. This is why it ia necessary to oblige him to keep within certain limits, confining him to pure green specimens, and,...
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The Statutory Rules and Orders Revised: Being the Statutory Rules and Orders ...

Great Britain - 1904
...colour, for it is exactly what the colour blind most readily confounds with the colours (1 — f>) of the plate. If the examinee were allowed to depart from the narrow limits every shade of green could be included, the result of which would be that he would prefer to select...
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