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Advances in Psychological Science    2012, Vol. 20 Issue (8) : 1159-1168     DOI:
Special Section of Folk Psychology |
Color Terms and Color Cognition: Based on the Perspective of National Psychology
WANG Juan;ZHANG Ji-Jia
(1 Department of Education Science, Jiangsu Normal University, Xuzhou 221116, China)
(2 Center for Psychological Application, Department of Psychology, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510631, China)
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Abstract  The relations of color terms and color cognition have been highlighted in the field of language’s influence on cognition. Diversities existed between different nations’ language and culture. The popular research method to investigate relations between color terms and color cognition was to utilize the diversities between nations on language and culture. There were two kinds of viewpoints included Universalism and Relativism on color cognition. The previous research showed that many paradigms included philosophy speculation, naming and computation, color classification, color memory and color searching were devoted to the question of color cognition. Based on the previous researches, color cognition’s interaction model based on three layers and six aspects was established.
Keywords color terms      color cognition      language universalism      language relativism     
Corresponding Authors: ZHANG Ji-Jia   
Issue Date: 15 August 2012
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WANG Juan,ZHANG Ji-Jia. Color Terms and Color Cognition: Based on the Perspective of National Psychology[J]. Advances in Psychological Science, 2012, 20(8): 1159-1168.
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[1] Liu Haoming,Zhang Jijia,Liu Lihong. Relationship between Color Terms and Color Cognition[J]. , 2005, 13(01): 10-16.
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