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Journal of Vision
When infants fail to make chromatic discriminations, do the characteristics of their performance minima coincide more closely with the properties of adult luminance matches or heterochromatic brightness matches? In addition to their spectral properties, adult luminance matches are typically characterized by relatively small individual differences, whereas brightness matches are believed to be both more variable and more biasable. Two complementary experiments were carried out on adults anddoi:10.1167/3.5.2 pmid:12875631 fatcat:qyfdyfwj4neb3i2uyixy6bj2uq