Where Men See White, Women See Ecru

If you’ve ever found yourself at a paint store with a member of the opposite sex trying to decide between, say, laguna blue and blue macaw, chances are you’ve disagreed over which hue is lighter or looks more turquoise.

Take comfort in the fact that the real blame lies with physiology: Neuroscientists have discovered that women are better at distinguishing among subtle distinctions in color, while men appear more sensitive to objects moving across their field of vision — via redwolf.newsvine.com

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