Colour vision: Putting it in context

  title={Colour vision: Putting it in context},
  author={A. Hurlbert},
  journal={Current Biology},
Our perception of a surface's colour depends in a complex way on the colours of surrounding surfaces; this "colour contrast' is linked to the "colour constancy' which is important for object recognition, but in ways more complex than we yet understand. 
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