MEERAKHAN. Tests for colour blindness were made on 292 boys and 272 girls with six Ishihara charts; twenty-two boys and one girl had abnormal colour vision. Difficulties of classification are discussed [Book Review]

Eugenics Review 54 (Part 2):47 (1963)

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