from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In experimental psychology, an exposure apparatus of simple construction, introduced by E. C. Sanford in 1896. The krypteon consists of a board set obliquely upon, a base, and having a flap of cardboard hinged along its lower edge. The flap can be turned up and down for successive exposures of visual stimuli.
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