Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Do You See Red When You See Red?

“When infant eyes absorb a world of virgin visions, colors are processed purely, in a pre-linguistic parts of the brain,” reports an older post from Wired . “As adults, colors are processed in the brain’s language centers, refracted by the concepts we have for them. How does that switch take place? And does it affect our subjective experience of color?”

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