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R L Klingaman, A Moskowitz-Cook; Assessment of the visual acuity of human color mechanisms with the visually evoked cortical potential.. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1979;18(12):1273-1277.
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The amplitude of the human visually evoked cortical potential (VECP), which has been shown to vary as a function of the dimensions of checks in a checkerboard pattern, was used to objectively assess the visual acuity of the blue-sensitive compared with the red- and green-sensitive mechanisms in the eye. The results agree with psychophysical measures which have indicated poorer acuity of the blue system compared with the red and green systems.
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