Publications

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Conference Paper
Franklin, A., Drivonikou V. G., Bevis L.., Kay P., & Regier T. (2008).  Categorical Perception of Color is Lateralized to the Right Hemisphere in Infants, but to the Left Hemisphere in Adults. 105(9), 3221-3225.
Regier, T., Kay P., & Khetarpal N. (2007).  Color Naming Is Near Optimal. 15.
Regier, T., Kay P., & Khetarpal N. (2007).  Color Naming Reflects Optimal Partitions of Color Space. 104(4), 1436-1441.
Mo, L., Xu G., Kay P., & Tan L-H. (2011).  Electrophysiological Evidence for the Left-Lateralized Effect of Language on Preattentive Categorical Perception of Color. 108(34), 14026-14030.
Regier, T., Kay P., & Cook R. S. (2005).  Focal Colors Are Universal After All. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102(23), 8386-8391.
Drivonikou, V. G., Kay P., Regier T., Ivry R. B., Gilbert A. L., Franklin A., et al. (2007).  Further Evidence That Whorfian Effects Are Stronger in the Right Visual Field Than the Left. 104(3), 1097-1102.
Kay, P., & Sag I. A. (2009).  How Hard A Problem Would This Be To Solve?.
Siok, W. Ting, Kay P., Wang W. S. Y., Chan A. H. D., Chen L., Luke K-K., et al. (2009).  Language Regions of Brain Are Operative in Color Perception. 106(20), 8140-8145.
Franklin, A., Drivonikou V. G., Clifford A., Kay P., Regier T., & Davies I. R. L. (2008).  Lateralization of Categorical Perception of Color Changes with Color Term Acquisition. 105(47), 18221-18225.
Kwok, V.., Niu Z., Kay P., Zhou K., Mo L., Jin Z., et al. (2011).  Learning New Color Names Produces Rapid Increase in Gray Matter in the Intact Adult Human Cortex. 108(16), 6686-6688.
Zhou, K., Mo L., Kay P., Kwok V.. P. Y., Ip T. N. M., & Tan L. Hai (2010).  Newly Trained Lexical Categories Produce Lateralized Categorical Perception of Color. 107(22), 9974-9978.
Kay, P., & Regier T. (2003).  Resolving the Question of Color Naming Universals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100(15), 9085-9089.
Cook, R. S., Kay P., & Regier T. (2005).  Universal Foci and Varying Boundaries in Linguistic Color Categories. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2005). 1827-1832.
Gilbert, A. L., Regier T., Kay P., & Ivry R. B. (2006).  Whorf Hypothesis Is Supported in the Right Visual Field but Not The Left. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103(2), 489-494.
Journal Article
Kay, P. (2004).  Color Categories Are Not Arbitrary. Journal of Cross-Cultural Research.
Regier, T., & Kay P. (2004).  Color Naming and Sunlight. Psychological Science. 15, 288-289.

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