Biological origins of color categorization

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Skelton, Alice E. ; Catchpole, Gemma ; Abbott, Joshua T. ; Bosten, Jenny M. ; Franklin, Anna (2017)

The biological basis of the commonality in color lexicons across languages has been hotly debated for decades. Prior evidence that infants categorize color could provide support for the hypothesis that color categorization systems are not purely constructed by communica... View more
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