Jraissati, Y. (Anticipated publication date: 2017). Reporting color sensations in grapheme-color synesthesia: Insights from color categorization. In O. Deroy (Ed.) Sensory blending : New Essays on Synesthesia. Oxford : OUP

Jraissati, Y. (Anticipated publication date: 2018). Color categories in context. In Asa Wikforss and Teresa Marques (Eds) Shifting Concepts. Oxford: OUP.

Jraissati. Guest editor. (Anticipated publication date : 2018). « Sensory Categories », special issue of Review of Philosophy and Psychology.

Jraissati, Y., and Douven, I. (2017). Does optimal partitioning account for universal color categorization? PLoS one

Douven, I., Wenmackers, S., Jraissati, Y., and Decock, L. (2016). Measuring graded membership: The case of color. Cognitive science. DOI: 10.1111/cogs.12359.

Jraissati, Y, Slobodenyuk, N., Kanso, A., Ghanem, L. & Imad Elhajj (2015). Haptic and Tactile Adjectives Are Consistently Mapped onto Color Space. Multisensory Research 29: 253-278.

Slobodenyuk, N., Jraissati, Y., Kanso, A., Ghanem, L., & Elhajj, I. (2015). Cross-Modal Associations between Color and Haptics. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 77(4), 1379-1395.

Jraissati. 2014. Jraissati, Y. 2014. Why do we name 7 colors in the rainbow? Philosophy Compass, 9 (6), 382-391. PDF.

Jraissati. 2013. Catégorisation de la couleur: Entre l’universel et le particulier. Annales de la Fondation Fyssen, no.27. PDF

Jraissati. 2012. Proving universalism wrong does not prove relativism right: Considerations on the ongoing color categorization debate. Philosophical psychology 27 (3), 401-424. PDF

Jraissati. 2012. Categorical perception of color: assessing the role of language. Croatian journal of philosophy 36: 439-462. PDF

Jraissati, Y., Wakui, E., Decock, L. & Douven, I. 2012. Constraints on color category formation. International Studies in Philosophy of Science, 26(2), 171-206. PDF

Jraissati. 2010. Basic color terms do not refer to basic colors. Rivista di Estetica 43 (1), 125-145. PDF

Claidière, N., Jraissati, Y. & Chevallier, C. 2008. A colour sorting task reveals the limits of the universalist/relativist dichotomy: colour categories can be both language specific and perceptual. Journal of Culture and Cognition 8: 211-233 PDF

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