Visual Sensory Physiology: Proceedings of the Workshop/Conference of the Asso

Robert A. Linsenmeier, Roberta W. Ellington

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Abstract

This lab exercise teaches students about the location and size of the blind spot as well as the location in the visual field of the ability to do color discrimination. The exercise can be completed within a two-hour lab period and is suitable for students in High School AP Biology through the college sophomore level. Materials are inexpensive and can be reused.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTested Studies for Laboratory Teaching
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of the Workshop/Conference of the Asso
Pages311-318
Volume28
StatePublished - 2006

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Linsenmeier, R. A., & Ellington, R. W. (2006). Visual Sensory Physiology: Proceedings of the Workshop/Conference of the Asso. In Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching: Proceedings of the Workshop/Conference of the Asso (Vol. 28, pp. 311-318)