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Series I. Publications written and edited by Forrest Lee Dimmick [series]:
 
Publications: These publications appear in chronological order, 1920-1966. [subseries]:
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Publications"An experimental study of visual movement and the phi-phenomenon."Am. J. Psychol.1920, 31, 317-332.
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"A note on Henning's smell series." Am. J. Psychol.1922, 33, 423-425.
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"An experimental study of auditory tied-images." Am. J. Psychol.1923, 34, 85-89.
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...with Conklin, V. "An experimental study of fear."Am. J. Psychol.1925, 36, 96-101.
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"The series of blacks, grays, and whites." Psycholog. R.1925, 32, 334-336.
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...with Scahill, H.G. "Visual perception of movement."Am. J. Psychol.1925, 36, 412-417.
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"The 'Visual Perception' of Movement vx. the 'Apprehension' of Movement from Visual Stimuli."Am. J. Psychol.1926, 37, 461-463.
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"The investigation of the olfactory qualities."Psycholog. R.1927, 34, 321-335.
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Publications...with DeGowin, E.L. The tactual perception of simple geometrical forms." J. Gen. Psychol.1928, 1, 114-122.
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"A reinterpretation of the color pyramid." Psycholog. R.1929, 36, 83-90.
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...with Holt, C.R. "Gray and the color pyramid." Am. J. Psychol.1929, 41, 284-290.
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...with Sanders, R.W. "Some conditions of the perception of visible movement."Am. J. Psychol.1929, 41, 607-616.
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"Some new auditory apparatus." Am. J. Psychol.1929, 41, 650-652
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...with Karl, J.C. "The effect of the exposure time upon the R.L. of visible motion."JEPs1930, 13, 365-369.
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"An accurate differential color mixer." Am. J. Psychol.1932, 44, 798-799.
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"A simple campimeter."Am. J. Psychol.1933, 45, 148.
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Publications"The dependence of auditory experience upon wave amplitude."Am. J. Psychol.1933, 45, 463-470.
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...with McMichael, George. "The psychophysical determination of the limits of pure gray." Am. J. Psychol.1933, 45, 313-314.
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...with Gaylord, E. "The dependence of auditory localization with pitch." JEPs1934, 17, 593-599.
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"Color nomenclature and specification." Psycholog. Bul.vol. 35, #8 October 1938.
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...with Hubbard, Margaret R. "The spectral location of psychologically unique yellow, green, and blue."Am. J. Psychol.1939, 52, 242-254.
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...with Hubbard, Margaret R. "The spectral components of psychologically unique red." Am. J. Psychol.1939, 52, 348-353.
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...with Ludlow, N. and Whiteman, A. "A study of 'Experimental Neurosis' in cats." J. Comp. Psychol.1939, 28, 29-43.
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...with Olson, Ruth M. "The intensive difference limen in audition." JOSA1941, 12, 517-525.
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Publications"Methodology in test preparation."JOSA1943, 33, 308-315.
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"A color aptitude test developed for textiles."Textile World,1944, 94, 84.
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"A test of color aptitude."Textile Colorist & Converter,1945, 67, 114F, 154.
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"A color aptitude test, 1940 edition." J. Ap. Psychol.1946, 30, 10-22.
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"Perception." Encyclopedia of Psychology, Edited by P. L. Harriman, Philos. Library, New York 1946.
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"Color."Foundations of Psychology.Boring, Langfeld, and Weld. Wiley 1948.
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...with Smith, Stanley W. "The facilitative effect of red light on dark adaptation."JOSA1953, 43, 541.
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Publications...with Katz, Milton S. and Morris, Ailene. "Effets de durees variables d'adaptation au rouge sur une adaptation ulterieure a l'obscurite." Annales d'Optique Oculaire. t 3, No. 3, Mai 1954.
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Factors in the application of the Color Aptitude Test. Official Digest, Dec. 1954.
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...with Smith, Stanley W. and Morris, Ailene. "Effects of exposure ot various red lights upon subsequent dark adaptation measured by the method of constant stimuli."JOSA1955, 45, 502-506.
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"Specifications and calibration of the 1953 edition of the ISCC Color Aptitude Test."JOSA1956, 46, 389-393.
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A study of stability of discrimination in a visual matching test. Proc. of the XV International Congress of Psychology, 1957.
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...with Thomas, F. and Luria, S.M. "A study of binocular color mixture." MRLReport No. 361, Sept. 1961 (Vision Research,Vol. 1, 108-120, 1961. ).
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Color Specification Based on Just Noticeable Differences of Hue.Tagungsband Luzern 1965. (Abstract in German, French, and English, paper in English) Oxford, 1965.
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--, Vision Research,Vol. 5, pp. 679-694. (Abstract in English, French, German, and Russian at the end of paper).
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--, in Color Engineering,Chromatic Publ. Col, N.Y., N.Y. Vol. 4, #1, January-February 1966.
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Sistema di specifiche cromatiche a quattro colori principali basate sulle differenze di tono appena percepibili. Atti della fondazione Georgio Ronchi, Anno XXI, N.1, Feb. 1966, p. 11-26. (This paper relates to a lecture present at the International Color Meeting in Lucerne, Switzerland, June 1965 ).
 
Publications he wrote and edited while being head of the Vision Branch of the U.S. Navy Submarine Base, 1947-1963. [subseries]:
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Publications"Standards for General Purpose Sun Glasses." D. Farnsworth. MRL #17 Sept. 10, 1948
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"Relative efficiency of goggles for dark adaptation." Z.J. Schoen & F.L. Dimmick. MRL #130 Apr. 9, 1948
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"Checkerboard visual acuity targets: an experimental validation." F.L.D. & L.M. Rudolph. MRL #141 Dec. 1948
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"The effect of low color temperature illumination and red illumination upon subsequent dark adaptation." R.T. Mitchell. MRL# 146 Aug. 5, 1949
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"Mapping the central scotomo of the dard adapted reine: comparison of a moving stimulus with a stationary presentation." L.S. McaMartin & F.L.D. MRL# 150 Nov. 1, 1949.
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"Visual acuity at scotopic levels of illumination." A. Morris & F.L.D. MRL# 162 Dec. 4, 1950
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"The relation of dark adaptation to duration of prior red adaptation." R.T. Mitchell, A. Morris & F.L.D. MRL# 166 Dec. 6, 1950
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"An ophthalmological study of visual acuity under dim illumination." C. Pratt & F.L.D. MRL# 173 Jun. 6, 1951
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"The parameters of scotopic sensitivity: (1) the effect of size." Jo Ann Smith & F.L.D. MRL# 174 Jun. 20, 1951
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"Visual acuity tasks in a submarine." F.L.D. & Dean Farnsworth. MRL# 178 Oct. 10, 1951
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"Factors in night vision sensitivity: the effect of brightness." S.G. deGroot, J.M. Dodge & Jo Ann Smith. MRL# 194 Mr. 18, 1952
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"The facilitative effect of red light on dark adaptation."JOSA43, 541, June 1953. S.W. Smith & F.L.D.
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"Factors in night vision sensitivity: III. The interrelation of size, brightness, and location." S.G. deGroot, J.M. Dodge & J.A. Smith. MRL# 234 Sept. 14, 1953.
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The effect of refractive error on acuity through binoculars." J.A.S. Kinney and C.H. Pratt. MRL# 245 Apr. 12, 1954.
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"Effect of various durations of red adaptation on the course of subsequent dark adaptation." M.S. Katz, A. Morris, & F.L.D. MRL# 246 Apr. 27, 1954.
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"Visual characteristics of the submarine population." I. Schwarz & N.E. Sandberg. MRL# 252 Jun. 21, 1954.
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"Pilot studies of a scotopic sensitivity test." G. Fooks, E.J. Sweeney, & F.L.D. MRL# 285 Jun. 14, 1957
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"The calculation of relative energy on metameric matches." R.E. Wienke. MRL# 57-7 Aug. 16, 1957
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"Vision acuity: The professional vs. the non-professional." I. Schwartz. MRL# 57-10 Dec. 10, 1957
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"Evaluation of omnitrainer (Visual training device)." I. Schwartz. MRL# 58-7 Apr. 15, 1958.
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"Measurement of the light adaptation of the rods." JOSA47, 391, May 1957. S.W. Smith & F.L.D. MRL# 296 May 8, 1958
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"How red is red?Am. J. Psychol.LXXI, 298, mar. 1958. F.L.D. & R.E. Wienke. MRL# 303 Oct. 18, 1958
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"Comparison of high acuity scores on Snellen and Ortho-rater tests." I. Schwartz & F.L.D. MRL# 304 Oct. 20, 1958
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"Report on a direct-current high-pressure Xenon arc." R.E. Wienke MRL# 58-8 Nov. 6, 1958
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"Standardizaton of a scotopic sensitivity test." E.J. Sweeney, J.A.S. Kinney & A.P. Ryan MRL# 308 Mar. 17, 1959
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"Survey of the lighting installation in the U.S.S. Tusk (SS-426)." I. Schwartz & S.M. Luria. MRL# 59-3 Jun. 2, 1959
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"Effect of the test stimulus on the measurement of dark adaptation." JOSA49, 667, July 1959. E.J. Sweeney. MRL# 318 Sep. 8, 1959
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"Nature of the limit of the color zone in perimetry." JOSA49, 764, Aug. 1959. P.A. Kelsey & I. Schwartz. MRL# 324 Oct. 20, 1959
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"Visual acuity under red vs. white illumination." S.M. Luria & I. Schwartz. MRL# 326 Jan. 1960
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"Recommendations for minimal red light levels on board submarines." F.L.D. MRL# 60-2 Jan. 14, 1960
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"Multiple checkerboard acuity tester. I. Schwartz & S.M. Luria. MRL# 60-3 Jan. 18, 1960
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"Underwater visual communication." F.L.D. & Jo Ann S. Kinney MRL# 60-5 Feb. 16, 1960
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"Absolute threshhold for extremely wide fields." JOSA48, 884, Dec. 1958. SlM. Luria. MRL# 331 Mar. 15, 1960
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"Red lighting survey aboard the USS Randolph (CVS-15)." F.L.D., S.M. Luria, & I. Schwartz. MRL# 60-6 Apr. 6, 1960
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"The interruption of dark adaptation." S.M. Luria & Jo Ann S. Kinney. MRL# 347 Feb. 1, 1961
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"Accommodation and scotopic acuity." JOSA51, 214, Feb. 1961. S.M. Luria MRL# 352 Apr. 20, 1961
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"Lighting survey of the U.S.S. Becuna (319). F.L.D., M. Siegel, & M. Connors. MRL# 61-4 May 8, 1961
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"A study of binocular color mixture." Vision Research,Vol. 1, Nos. 1/2 108-120, June 1961. T. Thomas, F.L.D. & S.M. Luria. MRL# 361 Sep. 20, 1961
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"Shape of the red and green color zone gradients." JOSA51, 874-877, Aug. 1961. Mary Connors & Patricia A. Kelsey MRL# 363 Oct. 5, 1961
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"Relative red-green sensitivity as a function of retinal position."JOSA52, 81-84, Jan. 1962. Marry Connors & Jo Ann S. Kinney MRL# 377 Feb. 28, 1962
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"Discrimination of color. I. Comparison of three psycholophysical methods. II. Sensitivity as a function of spectral wavelength, 510-630 m." JOSA52, 1067-1074, Sept. 1962. M.H. Siegel & F.L.D. MRL# 389 Oct. 30, 1962
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"Lighting Survey of U.S.S. Tringa (ASR-16)." J.A.S. Kinney & S.M. Luria MRL# 63-1 March 1963
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"Lighting Survey on (sic.) U.S.S. Irex (ss4820)." S.M. Luria. MRL# 62-2 March 1963
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"Lighting Survey of U.S.S. Angler (SS240)." J.A.S. Kinney & M.M. Conners. MRL# 63-5 Apr. 23, 1963
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"Factors affecting induced color." Vision Research.Vol. 2, pp. 503-525, Pergamon Press, 1962 J.A.S. Kinney MRL# 400 Apr. 25, 1963
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Lighting Survey of U.S.S. Sablefish (ss303)." J.A.S. Kinney & M.M. connors. MRL# 63-7 May 8, 1963
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"Night vision sensitivity during prolonged restriction from sunlight."J. Ap. Psychol.1963 vol. 47, #1, pp. 65-67. J.A.S. Kinney. MRL# 401 May 21, 1963
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"Lighting Survey of U.S.S. Sea Robin (SS407)." M.M. Connors & K. Laxar. MRL# 63-9 Jun. 17, 1963
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"Lighting Survey of U.S.S. Sunbird (ASR-15)." M.M. Connors. MRL# 63-11 Aug. 26, 1963
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"Discrimination of Color. III. Effect of spectral bandwidth."JOSA,vol. 53, no. 7, pp. 874-877, 1963. M.H. Siegel. MRL# 410 Sept. 9, 1963
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"Lighting Survey of U.S.S. Hardhead (SS365)." M.M. Connors. MRL# 63-12 Nov. 1, 1963
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"Effect of body position on meridional variations in scotopic acuity."Am. J. Psychol.,vol. LXXVI, pp. 598-606, 1963. P.R. Kent. MRL# 64-2 May 6, 1964
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"A review of the rationale of the visual standards for submarine duty." P.R. Kent MRL# 428 May 19, 1964
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"Reaction time under three viewing conditions: binocular, dominant eye, and non-dominant eye." JEPS,vol. 67, #3, 1964. P.K. Minucci & M.M. Connors. MRL# 430 May 22, 1964
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"Effect of surround and stimulus luminance on the discrimination of hue." JOSA,vol. 54, #5, pp. 693-695, May 1964. M.M. Connors MRL# 435 Jul. 20, 1964
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"Discrimination of Color. IV. Sensitivity as a function of spectral vavelength."JOSA,vol. 54, #6, pp. 821-823, June 1964. M.H. Siegel. MRL# 436 Jul. 31, 1964
 
Book Reviews. Mostly published in the American Journal of Psychology. [subseries]:
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Book Reviews
 
Notes, Discussions, Lectures, 1 galley proof [subseries]:
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Notes and Discussions
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Galley Proof: A Color Aptitude Test
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Lectures given c. 1937-1938.Elementary Psychology.
 
Symposia and Congresses [subseries]:
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Symposia and congresses (proceedings et al. of same)
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A symposium on Color Tolerance. 8th Annual meeting of the Inter-Society Color Council. July 1939 Sponsored by The American Psychology Association. Reprinted from the American Journal of Psychology.Introduction to the meeting given by F.L. Dimmick.
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A symposium on Color Blindness. Arranged by the Inter-Society Color Council for the March 1943 meeting of the Optical Society of America. Includes article by F.L.D. on Methodology in Test-Preparation.
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Colour Vision Conference, Cambridge 1947. comments by F.L.D. Published in Documenta Ophthalmologica. Vol. III,
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Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, June 1954.
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Color Symposium held at the IES national Technical Conference in Miami Beach, Florida, August 31, 1964. Three invited papers.
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A Paper by John W. Ward given at the International Colour Meeting in Lucerne, Switzerland, June 1965.Color Instrumentation for Industry.
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A paper given at the Western Coatings Symposium, February 1966.Color Instruments take the visual Color Aptitude Test.This includes an attached letter to Dimmick relating to this paper.
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Attributes of Colour perception.Reports from international scientific discussions held in Stockholm, June 6-8, 1966. Contains a photo of Dimmick on p. 30.
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Recent Developments in Vision Research.National Academy of Sciences. Publication 1272, Washington, D.C., 1966.
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Renshaw Vision Conference, May 17-18, 1967. Institute for Research Vision, The Ohio State University. (Dimmick attended). This title contains only the program and list of attendees.
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Report on the 16th Session of the International Commission on Illumination, June 19-28, 1967.Published by U.S. Department of Commerce. Dimmick was advisor.
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List of contributors to various meetings, membership lists.
 
Unpublished Papers. [subseries]:
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Several versions of a paper delivered at the Eastern Psychology Association at Bryn Mawr, 1939 (applies Bridgeman's theory to psychology, i.e. Bridgeman, Philosophy of Physics.)
  1  
Galley proofs to The Investigation of the Olfactory Qualities.
  1  
Two versions of Color Discrimination and the Testing of Color Aptitude.Paper given 1953 at Oxford. 27 pp.
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Factors in the application of the Color Aptitude Test.10 pp. with graphs and annotations. later on published in "Official Digest," December 1954, Federation of Paint and Varnish Club Production. 20 pp.
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Test results, parts of the paper, An Equal Hue System of Color Specifications.
  1  
Color Specifications based on Just Noticeable Differences of Hue.Several typewritten copies, some with notes, some with annotations, graphs and test results attached.
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Typewritten copy of 'Visual Perception' of Movement,with revision notes by Titchener.
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Paper (typewritten and handwritten manuscript) given after 1963. No title. Subject: metamer (i.e. the same color is produced by two stimuli); another folder re metamer is in the collection.
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A typewritten talk with no date. Probably early. "As a psychologist..." 4 pp.
 
Series II. Publications by fellow researchers covering a wide area of subjects, i.e. psychology, color vision, night vision, color theory, 1930-1968 [series]:
 
Publications in chronological order, 1930-1968. [subseries]:
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In chronological order (1930-1968)
 
Publications he reviewed for the Biological Sciences Communications Project. [subseries]:
  2  
Papers reviewed for same.
  2  
Technical reports from the Department of the Navy. [subseries]:
 
Monographs [subseries]:
  2  
Holmes, Oliver Wendell.The Stereoscope and Stereoscopic Photographs.Underwood & Underwood, New York, 1903
  2  
Examiner's Guide for Psychological Examining in the Army.G.P.O. Washington, 1918. (Confidential publication).
  2  
The Psycholoogical Laboratory of Cornell University.Oliver B. Wood, Worcester, 1900.
  2  
Butterfield, General Daniel. Address delivered on Founder's Day, January 11, 1898, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
  2  
Le Grand, Yves. Vision Lumiere et eclairage.Paris, Editions de la Revue Optique. 1958.
  2  
The Age of Reason, Color Systems, Color Standards: The American Coloristby Faber Birren.
  2  
Three manuals on color prepared by Martin Marietta Company.
  2  
Solving the Color Problem,published by Procelain Enamel & Manufacturing Co.
  2  
The Color Tree,published by Interchem.
  2  
Come Catch a Rainbow,published by Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company.
  2  
Color and the Use of Color,published by the Illuminating Engineering Society.
  2  
Appendix to the Questionnaire,published by the Committee on Color Terminology.
  2  
Jacobson, Egbert. The Color Harmony Manual and How to Use It.CCA, Chicago, 1948. 13 vols. Boxed.
  2  
Munsell Book of Color. Defining, Explaining and Illustrating the Fundamental Characteristics of Color. A Revision and Extension of 'The Atlas of the Munsell Color System'by A. H. Munsell Color Co., Baltimore, 1929. Abridged edition. Boxed
  2  
Nagel, W. Tafeln zur Untersuchung des Farbenunterscheidungs Vermoegens.Bergmann Verlag, Wiesbaden, 1917.
  2  
American Optical Company. Pseudo-Isochromatic Plates for Testing Color Perception. Beck Engraving Co., Philadelphia, 1917.
  2  
Same as #15-revised edition.
  2  
Descriptive Color Names Dictionary.Published by Container Corporation of America. 1950.
 
Series III. CAT (Color Aptitude Test) and C.I.E. (Commission International Eclairage) research items [series]:
In 1940 the Inter-Society Color Council began the development of its color aptitude test. At the request of professional and industrial groups, the ISCC established a subcommittee, problem 10, to develop a test that would measure an operator's capability to make valid and reliable judgemnts of the likeness and difference of color samples. Dimmick was the co-chairman of this committee and results about the findings of the subcommittee have appeared in various numbers of the newsletter.

 
Professional tools [subseries]:
Color plates, slides, negatives which were used for research for CAT

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26 - 2" colored glass plates (some damaged). In black case.
  3  
Black and white slides and negatives
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2 color negatives.
  3  
6 color guides.
  3  
color swatch book
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color swatch book. (NU Color scale is in card file 6)
  3  
D & H Color rule
  3  
Various color swatches used to demonstrate color standards
  3  
12" x 12" board demonstrating the gray color scale.
  3  
Vinyl color samples demonstrating color hues
  3  
Lakowski, R. and McDermot, A. A Bibliography on Colour.Square Publishers Ltd., Edinburgh, 1966.
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Flyers for various psychological and physiological testing apparati.
  4  
Bibliography on cards. (alphabetical)
  5  
Bibliography file on cards. (subject)
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NU Color scale (color swatches).
 
Test Charts and results. [subseries]:
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Several versions of the paper Color Specifications Based on Just Noticeable Differences of Hue.
  7  
Computer Print-Out Sheet.
  7  
Charts.
  7  
Test results obtained November 1934. (Color Measurement lab. M.I.T.)
  7  
Test results, July-August 1964.
  7  
Test results, n.d.
  7  
Test results on color, 1961-1962.
  7  
Test results with notes, 1963.
  7  
Test results, Original Title Munsell Specifications--working copies.
  7  
Test results, Tetrahedral Sampling Munsell Value 1/
  7  
Test results, notes, papers. Folder original labelled: Dimensions of Color.
  7  
Test results, with gray color swatches (originally labelled: Reflectance Curves for Gray Series).
  7  
One program, correspondence, paper in this folder labelled: "Metamers."
  7  
Test results, scales. Comparison of Munsell, C.I.E. and Equal Color Scale
  7  
C.I.E. Blanks.
  7  
The folder concerns only the Color Aptitude Test (CAT). (Provenance conserved. Content of folders transferred as is.) Scores of Individuals.
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Color Aptitude Test. Analysis of Data.
  7  
Color Aptitude Test. Repeating Testing.
  7  
Color Aptitude Test. Charts and Calculations.
  7  
Color Aptitude Test. Variations in Sensitivity to Color. Research Notes.
  7  
Several versions of Specifications and Calibration of the 1953 Edition of the ISCC Color Aptitude Test.
  7  
Color Aptitude Test. Committee Items. Production of: Report on:
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Quellette, L.A.Age Differences in Color Discrimination.MA Dissertation, Fordham U. 1955.
  7  
Williams, D. H. An Investigation of Possible Methods for Predicting Success in Color Discrimination for the Paint Industry.MA Dissertation, Western Reserve U. 1949.
 
Awards [subseries]:
  7  
Award for his research at the Naval Medical research Laboratory (1947-1963).
  7  
Armin J. Bruening Award for his research in the field of applied color psychology.
 
Series IV: Inter-Society Color Council [series]:
 
Newsletters [subseries]:
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Inter-Society Color Council Newsletters. October 16, 1933, #1-November1944, #56.
  9  
Inter-Society Color Council Newsletters. January 1945, #57-September 1954, #114.
  10  
Inter-Society Color Council Newsletters. November 1954, #115-May-June 1967, #188.
 
Various material relating to ISCC, including a bibliography and color chart. [subseries]:
  11  
Goodlove, I. H., Bibliography on Color.ISCC, 1957
  11  
Reports prepared for the ISCC by various memers of the Committee.
  11  
Color Aptitude Test1953 edition and 1964 edition.
  11  
Announcements for meetings, notes, discussions, symposia.
  11  
ISCC constitution and by-laws. Membership list and list of member societies.
  11  
ISCC-NBS Color-Name Charts Illustrated with Centroid colors.
  11  
Reports and reprints on CAT.
 
Series V: Optical Society of America (OSA) [series]:
 
Reports on Uniform Color Scales. [subseries]:
  12  
Reports on Uniform Color Scale, 1955-1967.
  12  
Reports on Uniform Color Scale, 1954-1962.
  12  
Reports on Uniform Color Scale, 1964-1966.
  12  
Correspondence relating to the above folder 1-3, 1947-1964.
  12  
Paper by Deane B. Judd with annotations and correspondence relating to same.
 
U.S. Department of Commerce. National Bureau of Standards--Uniform Color Scale. 1954-1962. [subseries]:
  12  
National Academy of Sciences--National Research Council. NRC Committee on Vision. (1965)
  12  
Application and Notes for NSF Grant, 1967.
 
Series VI: Personal Activities, 1963-1968 [series]:
 
Research and correspondence for writing a biography of Edward Bradford Titchener. [subseries]:
  12  
Genealogical Research
  12  
Correspondence with three Titchener children, 1967.
  12  
Correspondence with Edwin G. Boring, several articles and typewritten notes.
  12  
Handwritten notes by Dimmick, clippings, copies of letters to Titchener.
  12  
Correspondence with the department of Oral History, Cornell, H. P. Weld and C. A. larson. A transcript and working copies of a tape (January 1967) with Weld. Original tape 2862/tr.257
  12  
Copies of 2 letters by Titchener and student and class lists with Titchener's name, all from Leipsig. (10 pp.)
 
Professional meetings, 1966-1968, in Dresden, Germany. (Includes correspondence and photos) [subseries]:
  12  
Correspondence, 1966-1968. Photos, postcards, calling cards.
  12  
Annotated copies of 'Application of the Psychometic System of Color Specification to the Munsell Book of Color and to the Problems of Metamerism.' One German copy.
 
Professional meetings in Sweden, 1966. (Includes correspondence.) [subseries]:
  12  
Correspondence, 1965-1967. (Includes calling cards and photos.)
  12  
Meeting in Stockholm, 1966.
 
Series VII: Correspondence, 1929-1967 [series]:
  12  
Correspondence, 1929-1954.
  12  
Corresondence, 1964-1965.
  12  
Correspondence, Jan.-Dec. 1966.
  12  
Corresondence, Feb.-Dec. 1967.
 
Series VIII: Personal memorabilia [series]:
  12  
Dimmick's Valedictory at Waterloo High School, June 22, 1911.
  12  
Paper on telepathy and newspaper clipping, August 4, 1921.
  12  
Items concerning his retirement.
  12  
Two letters concerning his family research.
  12  
Diplomas and certificates of merit.
 
Photos. [subseries]:
  13  
1 photo - First Co. of Psychologists, 1918. Company F Recruit Section, Hopital Battalion 14, Camp Greenleaf, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. Dimmick identified.
  13  
1 pohoto - W. Wundt etching by Felix Pfeifer, 1905.
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1 photo - 'Experimentalists! Meetnig Harvard (?) probably 1922-23. Many people are identified, i.e. Weld, Boring, Dimmick, Pratt, et al.
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Cornell Chapter Phi Delta Kappa, 1914-1915. Several people are identified: Dimmick, Boring
  13  
Photo of Conference for Visual Research Specialists. Dimmick and others are identified.
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1 group photo of possibly a psychologists' meeting, c. 1920.
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5 unidentified photos, probably all taken at the U.S. Naval Medical Research Laboratory
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3 photos which were probably taken when he received the award for his work in color research. Besides Dimmick, nobody can be identified.
 
Series IX: Mrs. Claire Comstock Dimmick, Ph.D. '20 [series]:
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1 letter by Titchener, Jan. 21, 1921, written to Claire Comstock.
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2 book reviews published in the American Journal of Psychology.
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1 article (reprint) Comstock, Claire & Kittredge, Helen. An Experimental Study of children as Observers,Am. J. Psychol.April 1922, pp. 161-177.
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The Book of the Class Nineteen Hundred and Twelve.Smith College, 1912. Also two unidentified photos.
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1 copy "Commencement Week Smith College, June 1-18, 1912."
 
Series X: Additional material [series]:
 
Recording of a conversation with Weld in Florida (tr.257)
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1944 Cornell Ph.D Diploma and U.S. Naval Medical Research Laboratory Sub Base commendation.