Ozge Ozturk, Shakila Shayan, Ulf Liszkowski and Asifa Majid Language is not necessary for color categories Developmental Science 16
The origin of color categories is under debate. Some researchers argue that color categories are linguistically constructed, while others claim they have a pre-linguistic, and possibly even innate, basis. Although there is some evidence that 4-6 month old infants respond categorically to color, these empirical results have been challenged in recent years.
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