Mad about hue

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2):189-189 (1997)
Abstract
Despite the heat of their attack, Saunders & van Brakel do illuminate various shortcomings of color research in the tradition of Berlin & Kay. Berlin and Kay elicit a pan-cultural pattern in color language, but the pattern does not provide much insight into the human mind
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