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14-02 The Veridicality of Color : A case study of potential human tetrachromacy . 1

@inproceedings{Jameson20161402TV,
  title={14-02 The Veridicality of Color : A case study of potential human tetrachromacy . 1},
  author={Kimberly A. Jameson and Alissa D. Winkler and Christian Herrera and Keith Goldfarb},
  year={2016}
}
Color is an inner, highly subjective experience only triggered by properties of light from the external world. Actual color perceptions are inextricably linked to (i) visual processing properties of observers that can vary greatly across individuals, and (ii) minor changes in viewing circumstances. Thus, it can be argued that color is not of this world, or, that color is not a veridical, or even an unbiased index of object properties. To illustrate this assertion we present empirical results on… Expand

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