A Critical Analysis of Colour–Shape Correspondences: Examining the Replicability of Colour–Shape Associations

@inproceedings{Dreksler2019ACA,
  title={A Critical Analysis of Colour–Shape Correspondences: Examining the Replicability of Colour–Shape Associations},
  author={Noemi Dreksler and Charles Spence},
  booktitle={i-Perception},
  year={2019}
}
Research on the topic of colour-shape correspondences started in the early 20th century with the Bauhaus artist Wassily Kandinsky. However, more recently, the topic has been examined using the empirical framework of crossmodal correspondences research. The field remains one in which consistent results and generalisable hypotheses about the existence and nature of colour-shape correspondences are lacking. The replicability and consistency of findings concerning colour-shape correspondences are… CONTINUE READING

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