Pathophysiology of altered color perception
AbstractHuman beings are able to perceive hundreds of shades of color which depends on the three types of cone system and various ratios of stimulation in response to different wavelengths. Perceptually and cognitively, men and women may experience appearance of color differently. The convention seems to be that women tend to prefer brighter and gratifying colors and men are more comfortable with stifled and soft colors. The reason may be linked to hormonal, developmental and environmental differences amongst both the sexes. The present review discusses various types of clinical and experimental studies done on alteration in color perception.
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Jigna S. Shah, D. K. C. “Pathophysiology of Altered Color Perception”. Research in Pharmacy, vol. 2, no. 5, Oct. 2015, https://updatepublishing.com/journal/index.php/rip/article/view/337.