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Photic stimulation and visual physiology: Implications for behavioral studies

Behavioral studies using photic stimulation tend to ignore a multitude of complex relationships related to the interaction of light with the eye. Variations in retinal structure, photoreceptor sensitivity, light-dark adaptation, blink rate, and pupil size are uncontrolled. The phenomena of after ima... Full description

Journal Title: Behavioral Biology 1973, Vol.8(3), pp.325-335
Main Author: Mindel, Joel S
Other Authors: Glick, Stanley D
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Language: English
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