Infants' spontaneous color preferences are not due to adult-like brightness variations.

@article{Teller2004InfantsSC,
  title={Infants' spontaneous color preferences are not due to adult-like brightness variations.},
  author={Davida Y. Teller and Andrea L Civan and Kevin W Bronson-Castain},
  journal={Visual neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={397-401}
}
In the present work, we explore the perceptual bases of infants' spontaneous looking preferences among isoluminant chromatic stimuli (Bornstein, 1975). Three experiments were conducted. In Experiment 1, adult subjects made brightness matches between a white standard and each of six isoluminant chromatic stimuli. The classic variations of brightness with chromaticity were found. In Experiment 2, 12-week-old infants' spontaneous looking preferences were measured for white lights of different… CONTINUE READING

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