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There is little systematic, valid, quantitative data on the legibility of colored graphics. Most studies based on reading speed found that hue had no effect because they were insensitive to hue information conveyed by slow conducting parvo-cellular pathways. Measuring legibility by the number of v...
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Measured short-term memory for 16 monochromatic hues after 6 delays by means of an iterative, momentary stimulus-matching technique. Observers were 4 25-43 yr old males including the 1st author.
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Discusses the rationale for a constant source of both luminance and illuminance to check photometer calibration. The inexpensive construction of such a reference source is described, and some performance data are given.
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Researchers are beginning to examine issues of age, gender, & abuse, but empirical data is lacking. The purpose of this exploratory study was to identify contextual variables, with a particular focus on gender, that may be related to the abuse of older adults. Abuse cases, as described by 121 pr...
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We addressed how family factors influenced the future housing preferences of seniors. A total of 100 adults ranging in age from 65 to 98 participated in face-to-face interviews. The vast majority of the respondents had no plans to move, and most wanted to remain living in close proximity to family. ...
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This study examined the well-being of midand later-life mothers of developmentally disabled (DD) children. Mothers of DD children (n = 33) and mothers in a comparison group (n = 27) responded to a series of quantitative measures of well-being and open-ended questions. In general, quantitative result...
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PURPOSE: To link changes over 5 years in the health, vital and residential status of very elderly people to changes in their family caregivers' health. DESIGN AND METHODS: Canadian population-based, longitudinal study including community and institutional residents. From interviews and clinical...
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