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Debi Roberson
Debi Roberson
E-mail megerősítve itt: essex.ac.uk - Kezdőlap
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Color categories are not universal: replications and new evidence from a stone-age culture.
D Roberson, I Davies, J Davidoff
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 129 (3), 369, 2000
8442000
Colour categories in a stone-age tribe
J Davidoff, I Davies, D Roberson
Nature 398 (6724), 203-204, 1999
5511999
Color categories: Evidence for the cultural relativity hypothesis
D Roberson, J Davidoff, IRL Davies, LR Shapiro
Cognitive psychology 50 (4), 378-411, 2005
5052005
The categorical perception of colors and facial expressions: The effect of verbal interference
D Roberson, J Davidoff
Memory & cognition 28 (6), 977-986, 2000
4522000
Perceptions of emotion from facial expressions are not culturally universal: evidence from a remote culture.
M Gendron, D Roberson, JM van der Vyver, LF Barrett
Emotion 14 (2), 251, 2014
4092014
Categorical perception of colour in the left and right visual field is verbally mediated: Evidence from Korean
D Roberson, H Pak, JR Hanley
Cognition 107 (2), 752-762, 2008
2642008
Similarity and categorisation: Neuropsychological evidence for a dissociation in explicit categorisation tasks.
D Roberson, J Davidoff, N Braisby
Cognition, 1999
2331999
The Development of Color Categories in Two languages: a longitudinal study.
D Roberson, J Davidoff, IRL Davies, LR Shapiro
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 133 (4), 554, 2004
1902004
Cultural relativity in perceiving emotion from vocalizations
M Gendron, D Roberson, JM van der Vyver, LF Barrett
Psychological science 25 (4), 911-920, 2014
1532014
Preserved thematic and impaired taxonomic categorisation: A case study
J Davidoff, D Roberson
Language and Cognitive Processes 19 (1), 137-174, 2004
1482004
Color categories are culturally diverse in cognition as well as in language
D Roberson
Cross-Cultural Research 39 (1), 56-71, 2005
1462005
Words and the mind: How words capture human experience
B Malt, P Wolff, PM Wolff
Oxford University Press, 2010
1322010
Knowing color terms enhances recognition: Further evidence from English and Himba
J Goldstein, J Davidoff, D Roberson
Journal of experimental child psychology 102 (2), 219-238, 2009
130*2009
Categorical perception of facial expressions: Evidence for a “category adjustment” model
D Roberson, L Damjanovic, M Pilling
Memory & cognition 35 (7), 1814-1829, 2007
1062007
Squaring the circle: The cultural relativity of'good'shape
J Davidoff, D Roberson, L Shapiro
Journal of Cognition and Culture 2 (1), 29-51, 2002
1042002
Thresholds for color discrimination in English and Korean speakers
D Roberson, JR Hanley, H Pak
Cognition 112 (3), 482-487, 2009
912009
An account of the relationship between language and thought in the color domain
D Roberson, JR Hanley
Words and the Mind, 183, 2010
792010
Evolution, culture, and the human mind
M Schaller, A Norenzayan, SJ Heine, T Yamagishi, T Kameda
Psychology Press, 2011
712011
Learning in context: Linguistic and attentional constraints on children’s color term learning
CG O’Hanlon, D Roberson
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 94 (4), 275-300, 2006
702006
Color vision: Color categories vary with language after all
D Roberson, JR Hanley
Current Biology 17 (15), R605-R607, 2007
652007
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