Definition of Deuteranope

1. [n -S]



Medical Definition of Deuteranope

1. A person affected with deuteranopia. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deuteranope

deuddarns
deunionise
deunionised
deunionises
deunionising
deus
deus ex machina
deut-
deutencephalon
deuter-
deuteragonist
deuteragonists
deuteranomalies
deuteranomalous
deuteranomaly
deuteranope (current term)
deuteranopes
deuteranopias
deuteranopic
deuterate
deuterated
deuterates
deuterating
deuteration
deuterations
deuteriation
deuteriations
deuteric
deuteride

Literary usage of Deuteranope

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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1911)
"Green Pink Yellow Blue Mr. ABC deuteranope Pink Green Green ? Blue Mr. CRB deuteranope Red Brown Grey Red or Brown Blue b. Determination of the distance ..."

2. The Elements of Scientific Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1922)
"... or deuteranope, even though no spectral light apparatus be available. For this purpose, a red and a green light, using colored glass or gelatine, ..."

3. Colour Vision Deficiencies: Matching and Confusion of Computer Colours by Gunilla Derefeldt (1995)
"The deuteranope failed for six colour pairs on the deutan line, ... The deuteranope (DB, Subject No 5) failed on the deutan pairs and also on a few protan ..."

4. The Fundamentals of Psychology by Walter Bowers Pillsbury (1916)
"... has suggested that those individuals who see the spectrum in the relative brightness values of normal individuals in daylight be called deuteranope, ..."

5. Human Psychology by Howard Crosby Warren (1919)
"A bluish red and a bluish green which would appear equally bright to the normal eye, though differing in color, would appear to the deuteranope as grays of ..."

6. General Psychology by Walter Samuel Hunter (1919)
"The deuteranope requires the same amount of blue but, being less insensitive to the long wave-lengths than is the ..."

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