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Color Transformations Across the Life Span: Two Hypotheses about Modulation by Light

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Experimental observations will address (1) some functional mechanisms responsible for changes in chromatic sensitivity from infancy to old age, and (2) why color appearance is so stable across the life span despite changes in retinal mechanisms. The point of these studies is not simply to inform us about normal aging, but to use aging as a probe with which to identify underlying mechanisms that operate independently of age.

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