Color terms and color concepts

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Davidoff, Jules B.;
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In their lead articles, both Kowalski and Zimiles, 2006 and O’Hanlon and Roberson, 2006 declare a general relation between color term knowledge and the ability to conceptually represent color. Kowalski and Zimiles, in particular, argue for a priority for the conceptual ... View more
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    The author is supported by an EU Grant (12984), Stages in the Evolution and Development of Sign Use (SEDSU), and by a Leverhulme major research Grant (F/07 605/D).

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