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Unformatted text preview: guistic relativism: You attend most naturally to color differences that are encoded in your language, but can distinguish among colors in the same category if need be.   Thinking ­for ­speaking: For the purposes of using your language, you attend to specific color distinctions, but otherwise everyone has the same color perception Relativism relates to key issues   How much of cognition is driven by experiences, for instance with language, and how much is innate? (Nature, nurture)   How different is cognition across the species, and can language cause cognitive diversity?   How does language interface with (and affect) other cognitive systems? Color goluboy Winawer et al., (2007) siniy Color Winawer et al., (2007) Color Russian Winawer et al., (2007) English Color Russian Winawer et al., (2007) English Color Russian Winawer et al., (2007) English Is relativism lateralized? Is relativism lateralized? Gilbert, Regier, Kay, & Ivry (2006) Is relativism lateralized? Is relativism lateralized? Is relativism lateralized? Is relativism lateralized? Color summary   Color categories present in a language affect color perception   People are faster t...
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