Abstract

Flicker-photometric spectral sensitivity is measured in the presence and absence of superimposed monochromatic surrounds. Although color appearance depends on surround wavelength, the shape of the flicker-spectral-sensitivity functions are unaffected. These findings indicate both a lack of cone–cone inhibition within the achromatic channel and independence of the achromatic and chromatic channels.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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