Brucke-Bartley phenomenon

Brüc·ke-Bart·ley phe·nom·e·non

(brŭ'ke bărt-lē),
the sensation of glare in response to successive stimuli at frequencies just below the fusion point.

Brücke,

Ernst W. von, Austrian physiologist, 1819-1892.
Brücke tunic - a term formerly used to designate the retina exclusive of the layer of rods and cones. Synonym(s): tunica nervea
Brücke muscle - the part of the ciliary muscle formed by the meridional fibers. Synonym(s): Crampton muscle
Brücke-Bartley phenomenon - the sensation of glare in response to successive stimuli at frequencies just below the fusion point.

Bartley,

Samuel H., U.S. psychologist, 1901–.
Brücke-Bartley phenomenon - see under Brücke
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