Color categories: Evidence for the cultural relativity hypothesis

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Roberson, Debi; Davidoff, Jules B.; Davies, Ian R. L.; Shapiro, Laura R.;
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The question of whether language affects our categorization of perceptual continua is of particular interest for the domain of color where constraints on categorization have been proposed both within the visual system and in the visual environment. Recent research (Robe... View more
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