By K. Warner Schaie PhD
This quantity of the ARGG is dedicated to the behavioral sciences, with specific cognizance given to subject matters in experimental and utilized psychology. With the swift fee of analysis during this box of getting older, the participants tackle a couple of very important easy and utilized themes which are underrepresented in different literature.
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F. CORSO specifying the minimum contrast level required to detect targets of different size, that is, varied spatial frequency. Typically, the targets are gratings consisting of alternating dark and light lines, which produce a sinusoidal change in luminance. The grating is quantified on the basis of its spatial frequency, that is, the number of pairs of light and dark bars per degree of visual angle expressed in cycles per degree (c/deg). The contrast of the grating is the difference between the maximum and minimum luminances divided by their sum.
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Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Vol. 7 by K. Warner Schaie PhD