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Sense Perception and the Evolution of Colour and Pattern

Nature volume 142, pages 741743 (22 October 1938) | Download Citation

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THE recent symposium* and discussion on “Sense Perception and the Evolution of Colour and Pattern” held under the auspices of Section D (Zoology) of the British Association at Cambridge directs attention to a field of inquiry where the artist, the naturalist, and the psychologist may meet.

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