VISION--Color Blindness

Gardiner, Peter; McGlannan, Frances
March 1977
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Mar1977, Vol. 10 Issue 3
Academic Journal
Focuses on a color vision test for young children and handicapped. Difficulties involved in testing for color vision; Procedure of the test which is an amalgam of the Sheridan-Gardiner matching test for visual acuity; Primary object and usefulness of the test.


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