Christoph Witzel
Christoph Witzel
Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
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TitleCited byYear
Object knowledge modulates colour appearance
C Witzel, H Valkova, T Hansen, KR Gegenfurtner
i-Perception 2 (1), 13-49, 2011
1092011
Categorical sensitivity to color differences
C Witzel, KR Gegenfurtner
Journal of vision 13 (7), 1-1, 2013
1052013
Diagnosing synaesthesia with online colour pickers: maximising sensitivity and specificity
N Rothen, AK Seth, C Witzel, J Ward
Journal of neuroscience methods 215 (1), 156-160, 2013
892013
Is there a lateralized category effect for color?
C Witzel, KR Gegenfurtner
Journal of vision 11 (12), 16-16, 2011
852011
Categorical color constancy for real surfaces
M Olkkonen, C Witzel, T Hansen, KR Gegenfurtner
Journal of Vision 10 (9), 16-16, 2010
662010
Saving energy with light? Experimental studies assessing the impact of colour temperature on thermal comfort
GM Huebner, DT Shipworth, S Gauthier, C Witzel, P Raynham, W Chan
Energy Research & Social Science 15, 45-57, 2016
392016
Sex differences in color preferences transcend extreme differences in culture and ecology
P Sorokowski, A Sorokowska, C Witzel
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21 (5), 1195-1201, 2014
382014
The most reasonable explanation of “the dress”: Implicit assumptions about illumination
C Witzel, C Racey, JK O'Regan
Journal of Vision 17 (2), 1-1, 2017
322017
Do focal colors look particularly “colorful”?
C Witzel, A Franklin
JOSA A 31 (4), A365-A374, 2014
312014
Getting the gist of multiple hues: Metric and categorical effects on ensemble perception of hue
J Maule, C Witzel, A Franklin
JOSA A 31 (4), A93-A102, 2014
312014
What determines the relationship between color naming, unique hues, and sensory singularities: Illuminations, surfaces, or photoreceptors?
C Witzel, F Cinotti, JK O'regan
Journal of vision 15 (8), 19-19, 2015
292015
Categorical facilitation with equally discriminable colors
C Witzel, KR Gegenfurtner
Journal of vision 15 (8), 22: 1-33, 2015
282015
Categorical perception for red and brown.
C Witzel, KR Gegenfurtner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (4), 540, 2016
262016
Color categories only affect post-perceptual processes when same-and different-category colors are equally discriminable
X He, C Witzel, L Forder, A Clifford, A Franklin
JOSA A 31 (4), A322-A331, 2014
262014
Color perception: Objects, constancy, and categories
C Witzel, KR Gegenfurtner
Annual Review of Vision Science, 2018
222018
New insights into the evolution of color terms or an effect of saturation?
C Witzel
i-Perception 7 (5), 2041669516662040, 2016
162016
Misconceptions about colour categories
C Witzel
Review of Philosophy and Psychology 10 (3), 499-540, 2019
152019
Are red, yellow, green, and blue perceptual categories?
C Witzel, KR Gegenfurtner
Vision research 151, 152-163, 2018
152018
Determinants of colour constancy and the blue bias
D Weiss, C Witzel, K Gegenfurtner
i-Perception 8 (6), 2041669517739635, 2017
142017
The dress and individual differences in the perception of surface properties
C Witzel, JK O'Regan, S Hansmann-Roth
Vision research 141, 76-94, 2017
132017
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