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In this paper we examine the judged similarity among the eight basic focal colors, and their names, among female and male Chinese (n D 68) and English (n D 52) speaking respondents. The major ndings are: (1) all respondents share approximately sixty percent of their knowledge of the judged similarity structures of both semantic and perceptual tasks, (2) there are genuine individual differences among respondents that account for about fourteen percent of their knowledge on average, (3) there aredoi:10.1163/156853702753693280 fatcat:esueyetvlfdz7cx4edlcowwa7e