Publications

Forthcoming in peer reviewed journals and books

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

Published in peer reviewed journals and books

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

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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