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" ... presented to corresponding parts of the two retinae. If a blue disc be presented to the right eye and a yellow disc to the corresponding part of the left eye, instead of a green disc which would appear if these two colours had mingled before their... "
GUY'S HOSPITAL REPORTS. THIRD SERIES. VOL. VIII. - Page 72
by SAMUEL WILKS, M.D. - 1862
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 128

Mathematics - 1838
...appear if these two colours had mingled before their arrival at a single eye, the mind will perceive the two colours distinctly one or the other alternately...yellow are separately presented in a similar manner. These experiments may be conveniently repeated by placing the coloured discs in the stereoscope, but...
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THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN MEDICAL REVIEW OR QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF PRACTICAL ...

JOHN FORBES M.D. F.R.S. - 1840
...appear if these two colours had mingled before their arrival at a single eye, the mind will perceive the two colours distinctly, one or the other alternately...yellow are separately presented in a similar manner. These experiments may be conveniently repeated, by placing the coloured discs in the stereoscope,*...
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The Annals of Electricity Magnetism and Chemistry and Guardian of ..., Volume 7

1841
...appear if these two colours had mingled before their arrival at a single eye, the mind will perceive the two colours distinctly one or the other alternately...yellow are separately presented in a similar manner. These experiments may be conveniently repeated by placing the coloured discs in the stereoscope, but...
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The physiology of vision

William Mackenzie - 1841
...their arrival at a single eye, the mind will perceive the blue and the yellow predominating in turns, either partially or wholly over the disc. In the same...yellow are separately presented in a similar manner. These experiments may be conveniently repeated by placing the coloured discs in the stereoscope, but...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 19

Periodicals - 1841
...mingled before their arrival at a single eye, he perceived the two colours distinctly and separately, one or the other alternately predominating either partially or wholly over the disc. Mr. Wheatstone states the result in an exactly similar manner; and it would be a very interesting question...
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The Scientific Papers of Sir Charles Wheatstone

Sir Charles Wheatstone - Physics - 1879 - 380 pages
...appear if these two colours had mingled before their arrival at a single eye, the mind will perceive the two colours distinctly, one or the other alternately...predominating either partially or wholly over the disk. In the same manner the mind perceives no trace of violet when red is presented to one eye and...
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The Scientific Papers of Sir Charles Wheatstone

Sir Charles Wheatstone - Electricity - 1879 - 380 pages
...appear if these two colours had mingled before their arrival at a single eye, the mind will perceive the two colours distinctly, one or the other alternately...predominating either partially or wholly over the disk. In the same manner the mind perceives no trace of violet when red is presented to one eye and...
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Philosophical Magazine

Science - 1852
...appear if these two colours had mingled before their arrival at a single eye, the mind will perceive the two colours distinctly, one or the other alternately...yellow are separately presented in a similar manner. These experiments may be conveniently repeated by placing the coloured discs in the stereoscope, but...
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 128

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Mathematics - 1838
...appear if these two colours had mingled before their arrival at a single eye, the mind will perceive the two colours distinctly one or the other alternately...yellow are separately presented in a similar manner. These experiments may be conveniently repeated by placing the coloured discs in the stereoscope, but...
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