Proceedings of the Ninth symposium of the International Research Group on Colour Vision Deficiencies, held at St. John's College, Annapolis, MD, July 1-3, 1987.
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Polymorphisms of Normal Colour Vision and Inherited Colour Defects.- Molecular genetics of human color vision..- Polymorphisms of cone pigments among color normals: evidence from color matching..- Minor colour vision defects: sib-sib correlations and relation to unique colours..- Color discrimination and post-receptoral processes in congenital color deficients..- High illuminance color matching in anomalous trichromacy..- Critical flicker frequency in X-chromosome linked dichromats..- The effect of object size on the performance of colour ordering and discrimination tasks..- The blue cone electroretinogram isolated in a sex-linked achromat..- VEP measures in a blue cone monochromat..- Congenital pro tan and deutan defects in women..- On a possible explanation of the unusually high rates of colour vision defects in some West of Scotland primary schools..- Incidence of congenital colour vision defects in an Australian Optometrie population..- Color vision screening in 4384 kindergarten children..- 2. Theoretical Studies of Colour Vision.- Konig models of color vision..- Protanopie opponent colour vision..- 3. Cortical Mechanisms of Normal and Abnormal Colour Vision.- Cortical colour defects..- Electrophysiological correlates of chromatic-opponent and achromatic stimulation in man..- Interaction between colour- and pattern-evoked potentials..- Color differences in a deuteranope scaled by chromatic modulation sensitivity..- 4. Acquired Colour Vision Deficiencies in Retinal Disorders.- Localizing color vision deficiencies in eye disease..- Color vision in a family with autosomal dominant cone dystrophy..- Filter enhanced visual acuity in a case of central cone-rod dystrophy..- A familial macular dystrophy with apparently preferential short-wavelength-sensitive cone involvement. Preliminary report..- Color vision losses in Kallmann syndrome..- Early color vision and ERG alterations in posterior uveitis..- Equiluminous color deficits are greater than achromatic losses in cases of toxoplasmosis..- Color discrimination in long-term idiopathic central serous choroidopathy..- A comparison of S cone pathway sensitivity loss in patients with diabetes and retinitis pigmentosa..- Saturation discrimination and the degree of diabetic retinopathy..- Permanent visual change associated with punctate foveal lesions..- 5. Acquired Colour Defects in Optic Nerve Disorders.- Chromatic and achromatic sensitivity in glaucoma..- Increment thresholds and spatial summation for colour targets in ocular hypertension and glaucoma..- Thresholds for blue and white stimuli in glaucoma..- Chromatic functional loss and its relation to the morphology of the retina in the glaucomatous eye..- Differences between perimetric thresholds for white and equiluminous red, blue and yellow in a nerve fiber bundle defect..- Mysterious sparing of blue sensitivity on yellow backgrounds in dominant optic atrophy..- The two equation method. I. Results in normal color vision..- The two equation method. II. Results in retinal and optic nerve disorders..- 6. Acquired Colour Defects in Short-Wavelength Cone Pathways.- Colour discrimination in long-term aphakia..- S cone loss with aging..- Differential adaptation of cone mechanisms explains the preferential loss of short-wavelength cone sensitivity in retinal disease..- ERG and behavioral analysis of spectral sensitivity in normal and blue-blind rhesus monkeys..- 7. Farnsworth-Munsell 100-Hue Test and Other Clinical Colour Vision Tests.- Uses and abuses of the Farnsworth-Munsell 100-hue test..- Unipolar, bipolar and other errors in the Farnsworth-Munsell 100-hue test..- Method for estimating results in Farnsworth's D15 tests..- Quantitative comparison of Farnsworth and Kinnear plots of the Farnsworth-Munsell 100-hue test..- Normative data for the significance of a change in error score on the Farnsworth-Munsell 100-hue test..- Selection of an optimal light source for the FM 100-hue test..- Farnsworth tests in the study of acquired colour vision defects in diabetic retinopathy.- Loss of color opponency and concomitant changes in FM-100 hue test in a case of cone-rod dystrophy..- A quick and simple portable scorer for the FM 100-hue test..- Theoretical patterns of Farnsworth-Munsell 100-hue test in congenital color vision defects..- Characteristics of the random 100-hue observer..- Objective data for the SPP test, Part 2 (For acquired color vision defects)..- Results of the OSCAR test in groups of normal and abnormal subjects..- Observations on the use of the Lanthony Tritan Album..- Clinical study of the Lanthony's Tritan Album: Initial results..- 8. New Instruments and Techniques for Testing Colour Vision.- Experimental small anomaloscope utilizing light-emitting diodes..- A computer-controlled briefcase anomaloscope..- First trials on an automated examination of color vision..- Evaluation of a CRT-based test of saturation discrimination using a discrete matching technique.- The anomaloscope plate test: a new color vision test for screening congenital red-green defects..- Comparative study between test results of 8 deg. large-field anomaloscope and large-size panel D15 test on dichro-mats..- Color contrast perimetry testing of the extrafoveal macula..- Thresholds for iso-luminous colors across the visual field..- An evaluation of the Fieldmaster F225 automatic perimeter..- Acquired color vision deficiencies and electronics..- Saturation and luminosity in color vision testing..- The function of chromatic lightness and its application in ocular pathology..- Change in the inhibiting effects of ocular pathology..- Effects of broadbanded eye protection on dark adaptation..
Series: DOCUMENTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA PROCEEDINGS SERIES
Number Of Pages: 628
Published: 31st December 1988
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 2.37