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  • Sadly, how we perceive color

    The Boston Globe - 09/11/2015

    Yet the researchers did not use well-established techniques to measure the participants’ sensitivity to and bias for reporting certain colors, says Rhea Eskew, a psychologist at Northeastern University who studies color detection and was not involved in the study. That means the study might show more about language associations than it does about color perception, he argues: “It is not clear whether the emotion induction influenced the participants’ ability to judge color or simply their propensity to use a particular color label,” he says.

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