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Colors and color adjectives in the cortex

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Abstract

An important question in studies on color perception in humans concerns the extent to which lexical items related to colors affect color concepts. In the hope of shedding additional light on this longstanding debate, we propose a computational model of the convergence between visual and linguistic processing paths in the cortex, aimed at exploring the emergence of color concepts in pre-linguistic and linguistic phases of early human development. Three versions of the model, trained with color terms in three different languages, English, Berinmo and Himba, are compared.

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