Progress in Colour Studies

Volume II. Psychological aspects

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| University of Nottingham
| University of Glasgow
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The study of colour attracts researchers from a wide range of disciplines from both the sciences and the arts. Along with its companion volume, Progress in Colour Studies 1: Language and Culture, this book offers a fascinating insight into current issues and research into colour. Most of the papers originated in a 2004 conference entitled ‘Progress in Colour Studies’ held in the University of Glasgow, U.K. Some additional invited papers are included from investigators exploring new and exciting avenues of colour research. The contributions to both books represent reviews of state-of-the-art colour research in various disciplines, and some new research findings are reported. This volume, principally psychological in content, focuses on the development of colour perception and colour language, from infancy into adulthood, across a diverse range of cultures, including English, Himba, Chinese, and Mexican, and on the intriguing yet perplexing condition of synaesthesia, thus bridging research from the physiology, psychology and anthropology of colour.
[Not in series, PICS 2]  2006.  xiv, 237 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Preface
vii–ix
Dr Robert E. MacLaury 1944–2004: An Appreciation
Terri MacKeigan and Chris Sinha
xi–xii
Abbreviations
xiii–xiv
Section 1: Theoretical approaches
Explanation(s) and the patterning of basic colour words across languages and speakers
Don Dedrick
1–12
Re-assessing perceptual diagnostics for observers with diverse retinal photopigment genotypes
Kimberly A. Jameson, David Bimler and Linda M. Wasserman
13–33
Hue categorization and color naming: Physics to sensation to perception
Marc H. Bornstein
35–68
Section 2: Developmental and cultural aspects
Infant colour perception and discrete trial preferential looking paradigms
Davida Y. Teller, Maria Pereverzeva and Iris Zemach
69–90
The rivalry between colour and spatial attributes in infant response to the visual field
Di Catherwood
91–100
Converging evidence for pre-linguistic colour categorization
Anna Franklin and Ian R.L. Davies
101–119
Colour categorization in preschoolers
Valererie Bonnardel and Nicola Pitchford
121–138
The developmental acquisition of basic colour terms
Nicola Pitchford and Kathy T. Mullen
139–158
Colour categories and category acquisition in Himba and English
Debi Roberson, Jules Davidoff, Ian R.L. Davies and Laura R. Shapiro
159–172
Sex differences in colour preference
Zhu Ling, Anya Hurlbert and Lucy Robinson
173–188
Section 3: Cognitive and emotional aspects
Colour associations in the Mexican university population
Lilia R. Prado-León, Rosalío Avila-Chaurand and Rosa Amelia Rosales-Cinco
189–202
Synaesthesia, neurology and language
Christian Kay and Catherine Mulvenna
203–224
Author index
225–233
Subject index
235–237
“I learned much from this volume. The field of colour is much greater than that to which I pay the most attention. Only through meetings like PICS and volumes like this can we hope to learn the different points of views of researchers from other disciplines and provide a more integrated understanding of colour as part of our psyche and a part of our world.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: JM – Psychology
BISAC Subject: PSY000000 – PSYCHOLOGY / General
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