Unformatted text preview: able to see and process all three normal photopigments. People that have these types of color blindness are either dichromats or monochromats. There are different types of dichromacy. Deuteranamoly is the most common of these, dueteranomoly is the inability to differentiate between reds and greens. People suffering from this see both colors as a yellowish brown color. Dueteranamoly is more commonly referred to as: red-green blindness. People with color blindess can live a normal and fruitful life. Some things like driving and following signs may be a little more difficult and take some practice. Often people suffering from color blindness will remember the pattern of lights at a stop light to know when to slow, go, and stop....
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- Spring '14
- Psychology, Photoreceptor cell, Color blindness, Tanner Navarrette