Colour vision deficiencies thirteen, Volume 13
This volume contains 56 papers, which were selected after peer review and revision by the authors. The papers describe the latest developments in all aspects of research in colour vision deficiencies. There are seven sections, which cover recent advances in intraindividual differences, structures and functions in colour vision, acquired colour deficiencies, congenital colour deficiencies, and different aspects of tests and systems.
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