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Thursday, April 03, 2008
Infants to adults, color perception switches from right to left hemisphere
An interesting article by Franklin et al. shows that our perception of color categories (CP) starts in the right hemisphere, but then switches to the left hemisphere as it develops the lexical color codes of language. They suggest that language-driven CP in adults may not build on prelinguistic CP, but that language instead imposes its categories on a left hemisphere that is not categorically prepartitioned.
Posted by Deric Bownds at 5:30 AM
Blog Categories: attention/perception, human development, language
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