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Cognition through color

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MIT Press , Cambridge, Mass
Visual perception, Color vision, Cognition, Cognition disorders, Cognition, Color Perception, Color Vision De
StatementJules Davidoff.
SeriesIssues in the biology of language and cognition
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQP441 .D38 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 217 p., [1] p. of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1860346M
ISBN 100262041154
LC Control Number90013643

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It provides clear evidence, based on a large body of empirical study that includes the author's own work on color perception and naming, that color appears to be one of the basic building blocks or modules from which perception is Cited by: Cognition through Color reviews the current status of investigations of color cognition from the standpoint of modern neuropsychology.

It provides clear evidence, based on a large body of empirical study that includes the author's own work on color perception and naming, that color appears to be one of the basic building blocks or modules from which perception is. Cognition through Color reviews the current status of investigations of color cognition from the standpoint of modern neuropsychology.

It provides clear evidence, based on a large body of empirical study that includes the author\'s own work on color perception and naming, that color appears to be one of the basic building blocks or modules from which perception is.

Cognitive Color The cognitive aspects of color have been discussed by many authors In his book Cognition Through Color, Davidoff 6 discusses the cognitive aspects of color within a theoretical framework in which he puts forward a model of color cognition from a perspective of object recognition.

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