Subject: non-believed memories | Color | optimism | non-believed perceptions | BF1-990 | color perception | The Dress | Perception | Psychology | Judgment | Original Research | Answerability | Belief
The Dress photograph, first displayed on the internet in 2015, revealed stunning individual differences in color perception. The aim of this study was to investigate if lay-persons believed that the question about The Dress colors was answerable. Past research has found... View more
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