Confidence Judgments on Color Category Best Exemplars

@inproceedings{Alvarado2005ConfidenceJO,
  title={Confidence Judgments on Color Category Best Exemplars},
  author={N. Nunez Alvarado and Kimberly A. Jameson},
  year={2005}
}
Although basic color terms and basic color appearances have been shown to produce higher confidence ratings in a variety of naming and judgment tasks, our findings suggest that when different ethnolinguistic cultures are compared, higher confidence is not strictly linked to the basic foci of Berlin and Kay nor the centroid samples identified by Boynton and colleagues. This raises important questions about high confidence as evidence of the salience of basic color foci, a point central to the… CONTINUE READING

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