Neuropsychological research suggests that people do not all experience and memorize colors in the same way. One person’s ‘red’ could be another person’s entirely different color. In this post, Diana Wagner explores the implications of recent research on visual perception.
Experiments have confirmed our visual preference for certain orientations numerous times. But have they all missed a very important aspect? This post investigates if the visual environment has an effect on the tasks during these experiments – and what such a finding would tell us about the how replications us as researchers.