protanomal

protanomal 

Person who has protanomaly.
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The participants were divided into five groups: normals, deuteranomals, deuteranopes, protanomals, and protanopes.
Figure 4 is a more detailed analysis in which the deuteranomals and protanomals are divided into mild, moderate, and severe subgroups.
Post hoc analysis for R signals shows that normals have significantly shorter response times than do all color-deficient groups except for protanomals, and that protanomals have significantly shorter reaction times than do deuteranopes.
The differences are statistically significant, except for normal participants between G and Y signals, for deuteranomals between G and Y signals, for deuteranopes between R and Y signals, for protanomals for Y signals with both R and G signals, and for protanopes for Y signals with both R and G signals.
The mild and moderate protanomals performed a little worse than the normals.
Figure 6 shows a more detailed analysis, in which both the deuteranomals and protanomals are divided into mild, moderate, and severe subgroups.
The more severely affected deuteranomals and protanomals will most likely perform similarly to the deuteranopes in this study because the more severe forms of these defects approach the loss of color perception experienced by deuteranopes.