How you see color may change with the seasons. Researchers reporting in this week’s issue of Current Biology found people surveyed in summer tended to perceive shorter, greener wavelengths of yellow as “purer” (i.e. none more yellow) than they did in winter, when they favored longer, redder wavelengths of yellow. [Current Biology via Discover]


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