The Effect of Eye Pigmentation on Color Perception In Varying Levels of Light. Madison Welsh Academy of Notre Dame. Question. Does eye color affect one’s ability to identify colors in dark and dim levels of light?. Background Research.
The Effect of Eye Pigmentation on Color PerceptionIn Varying Levels of Light
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