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Lankov (1978) demonstrated a similar phenomenon for the off-effect of the VECP. Cone interaction in the VECP As known from the work of Sperling and Harwerth (1971), King-Smith and Carden (1976) and Padmos and Van Norren (1975), increment spectral sensitivity obtained by single flashes of long duration in the presence of white backgrounds follows a three-peaked function. An example of such a function recorded in man (Zrenner, 1977, 1983a) is shown on the upper left of Fig. 8A (half-filled squares).

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