Human Perception of Color Doesn't Rely on Language

Human Perception of Color Doesn't Rely on Language
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The unusual side effect of a stroke has given French neurologists a rare opportunity to study the interaction between language and thought.

A male patient identified only as RDS discovered that while he could identify something as red, blue, green, or any other chromatic hue, he could not name the object's colour.

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