Definition of Trichromats
1. trichromat [n] - See also: trichromat
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Literary usage of Trichromats
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Psychology by Edward Wheeler Scripture (1897)
"For the abnormal trichromats the & colour differs from the d5 of the normal trichromats, but its exact nature has not been determined. Fig. 85. ..."
2. Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory by Yale University Psychological Laboratory, Edward Wheeler Scripture (1900)
"The fundamental principle of variation leads us to expect that among trichromats there will be individuals in whom the red, or the green, ..."
3. Colour Vision Deficiencies: Matching and Confusion of Computer Colours by Gunilla Derefeldt (1995)
"The anomalous trichromats can discriminate wavelenghts throughout the spectrum. ... In this region the anomalous trichromats show specific minima in their ..."
4. Proceedings: Comptes-rendus (1901)
"This would seem to indicate a rather large number of abnormal trichromats. It is difficult to make any statement concerning how the world appears to these ..."
5. Thinking, Feeling, Doing: An Introduction to Mental Science by Edward Wheeler Scripture (1907)
"trichromats form about ninety-five per cent of the males and almost all the females. The colours they see can be produced by combinations of three ..."
6. Ophthalmic Literature (1921)
"... with suitably delicate methods, it is equally demonstrated to be true of the more common "green blind" variety and the socalled "anomalous trichromats". ..."
7. Outlines of Descriptive Psychology: A Text-book of Mental Science for by George Trumbull Ladd (1898)
"... and thus are entitled to be called " trichromats," 4 %, or less, can only distinguish the " hues " which are producible by mixture of two fundamental ..."