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Regulation of chromatic induction by neighboring images

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We deal with the regulation of chromatic contrast when the induction of a second stimulus (one of five neighboring surrounds) opposes the induction from a first stimulus (one of two remote vivid peripheral fields). Using a hue cancellation judgment, we show that, although every neighboring surround that we used has the same average chromatic content, the resulting color appearance of the target differs between surrounds, and this may be ascribed to the spatiochromatic organization of the surround. So, rather than the chromatic contrast amplitude or the frequential structure of the surround, it is the structure of proximity that matters.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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