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Comparing Judgements of Visual Clarity and Spatial Brightness

Lulu Press
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In many studies evaluating the visual environment test participants are asked to make judgements of particular visual attributes such as brightness, clarity and pleasantness. When reporting the outcomes of such work it is clear that the experimenter assumes that the response gained from test participant is for the same attribute as was intended by the experimenter. This may be a dubious assumption, in particular because in the majority of studies it appears that the nature of visual attributes was not well defined.

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