Stiles-Crawford effect (of the first kind)

decrease of the brightness of a light stimulus with increasing eccentricity of the position of entry of the light pencil through the pupil

Equivalent term: "directional effect"

NOTE If the variation is in hue and saturation instead of in brightness, the effect is called "Stiles-Crawford effect of the second kind".

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