Definition of Dichromats

1. Noun. (plural of dichromat) ¹



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Definition of Dichromats

1. dichromat [n] - See also: dichromat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dichromats

dichroiscopes
dichroism
dichroisms
dichroite
dichroites
dichromacy
dichromasy
dichromat
dichromate
dichromates
dichromatically
dichromatism
dichromatisms
dichromatopsia
dichromats (current term)
dichromia
dichromic
dichromic acid
dichromism
dichromium
dichromophil
dichroous
dichroscope
dichroscopes
dichroscopic
dicht
dichted
dichting

Literary usage of Dichromats

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1. Thinking, Feeling, Doing: An Introduction to Mental Science by Edward Wheeler Scripture (1907)
"dichromats of the First Class. Proportions of the Fundamental Colours in the Spectrum Colours. B assumption that time warm colour is yellow a large part of ..."

2. Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory by Yale University Psychological Laboratory, Edward Wheeler Scripture (1902)
"For the dichromats of the first class —the red-blue persons—the two slides ... For the other dichromats—the green-blue persons—the G slide is thrown in red ..."

3. Colour Vision Deficiencies: Matching and Confusion of Computer Colours by Gunilla Derefeldt (1995)
"... their difficulties in colour discrimination they are much less aware of their tendency to misname colours. The dichromats, however, were aware of both ..."

4. The New Psychology by Edward Wheeler Scripture (1897)
"For the dichromats of the first class—the red-blue persons—the two slides ... For the other dichromats—the green-blue persons— the G slide is thrown in red ..."

5. The Elements of Scientific Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1922)
"It is believed that the two colors seen by dichromats are blue and yellow: that is, B and a fusion of R and C. In other words: any wave-length of light ..."

6. Outlines of Descriptive Psychology: A Text-book of Mental Science for by George Trumbull Ladd (1898)
"... to be called " trichromats," 4 %, or less, can only distinguish the "hues " which are producible by mixture of two fundamental colors ("dichromats"). ..."

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