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Psihologija
2018, vol. 51, br. 3, str. 289-308
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
doi:10.2298/PSI171115018J

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Leksikon boja u srpskom jeziku - studija kategorija tamno plave i tamno crvene boje - deo 2: kategorička facilitacija sa nazivima za boje u srpskom jeziku
aUniverzitet u Novom Sadu, Filozofski fakultet
bUniversity of Novi Sad, Laboratory for Experimental Psychology + University of Belgrade, Laboratory for Experimental Psychology + University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Psychology

e-adresa: jakovljev.ivana@yahoo.com

Projekat

Fundamentalni kognitivni procesi i funkcije (MPNTR - 179033)
Digitalne medijske tehnologije i društveno-obrazovne promene (MPNTR - 47020)

Sažetak

U Delu 1 ovog istraživanja (Jakovljev & Zdravković, 2018), izolovana su dva frekventna i kognitivno zasićena ne-osnovna naziva za boje u srpskom jeziku: teget (tamno plavo) i bordo (tamno crveno), koji dele plavi, odnosno, crveni deo prostora boja. U ovoj studiji smo sproveli dva eksperimenta kako bismo dodatno testirali kognitivnu zasićenost ovih naziva ispitujući da li oni mogu da proizvedu efekte kategorija u zadatku diskriminacije boja. Dobijeni rezultati su pokazali konzistentnost i konsenzus ispitanika u vezi sa pozicijom granica između kategorija u plavom i u crvenom delu prostora boja, što dodatno pokazuje da govornici srpskog jezika imaju distinktivne reprezentacije ovih kategorija. Analiza vremena reakcije u zadatku diskriminacije pokazala je efekte kategorija - ispitanici su bili brži u razlikovanju parova boja koje pripadaju različitim lingvističkim kategorijama od onih koji pripadaju istoj kategoriji. Ovi rezultati po prvi put pokazuju efekat kategorija boja u srpskom jeziku kao i efekat kategorije na brzinu diskriminacije nijansi u crvenom delu prostora boja u bilo kom jeziku. Dobijeni rezultati govore u prilog stanovištu po kom je efekat kategorije povezan sa višim kognitivnim procesima, te može biti specifičan za jezik.

Ključne reči

kategorička percepcija boja; kategorička facilitacija; nazivi za boje u srpskom jeziku

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