The Titmus Pediatric Color Perception Test was compared to three other standard tests of color vision (Ishihara, Dvorine, Farnsworth D-15) with a population of adults. It is concluded that the results of the Titmus test are consistent with those of the other tests if certain specific scoring methods, described in the text, are used.
*Submitted September 13, 1974 for publication in the May, 1975 issue of the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS. Study originally requested by Ms. C. Cloppas, Vision Consultant, Illinois Department of Public Health.
† Psychologist, Ph.D., Member of Faculty
AUTHOR'S ADDRESS: Dr. Kenneth R. Alexander Illinois College of Optometry 3241 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60616
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