Abstract

Spatial induction of brightness change was studied using chromatic-appearing test disks and inducing annuli of nearly equal luminance. Wavelengths of the disks and annuli were independently varied. Induction of brightness change depends mainly upon the luminance relationships; variation of stimulus wavelengths, as such, has little if any effect.

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