Saliency interactions between the 'L-M' and 'S' cardinal colour directions
Two sub-systems characterize the early stages of human colour vision, the 'L-M' system that differences L and M cone signals and the 'S' system that differences S cone signals from the sum of L and M cone signals. How do they interact at suprathreshold contrast levels? To address this question we employed the method used by Kingdom et al. (2010) to study suprathreshold interactions between luminance and colour contrast. The stimulus employed in one condition was similar to that used by Regan...[Show more]
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