Basic tastes and unique hues

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (1):82-82 (2008)
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Abstract

The logic of the basic taste concept is discussed in relation to the physiology and psychophysics of color vision. An alternative version of the basic taste model, analogous to opponent-process theory is introduced. The logic of quality naming experiments is clarified

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David R. Hilbert
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Human Color Vision.Peter K. Kaiser & Robert M. Boynton - 1996 - Washington: Optical Society of America.

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