Research Paper On Color Psychology
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The Use of Color in the Addams Family Values Film
5 pages. The extreme use of color in the movie Addams Family Values is a study in the psychology behind the use of color to emit emotions and stimulate the senses. There are strong connotations in the use of color whether it be for public spaces such as restaurants, airports, or department stores and color can also be used to help set the mood on film as well. This paper analyzes the movie and why color is used in the way that it is in the film. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Home, Workplace, and the Psychological Effects of Color
This is a 12 page paper on the psychology of color and its effects based on laboratory, educational, home and work based perspectives. The perception of color and emotions varies greatly between cultures, age groups and individual experiences which form the connections and preferences between emotions and colors.
Bibliography lists 6 sources.
An Infrared Light Exploration
An 8 page discussion of infrared as it relates to the color spectrum, astronomical phenomena, gemstone coloration, and even psychology. This paper defines infrared light and describes its importance to mankind and the workings of our universe in general. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Listening to Color
In six pages this paper examines how color theory influences interior design in an overview that consider the psychological effects of color on the home environment, how people choose colors on the basis of perceptions and what that says about them, why people are afraid of certain colors, and how an interior designer can help such individuals can steer them the right direction. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.
Color of Words and the Stroop Effect
5 pages in length. The Stroop effect assumes that naming the color of words in different colors will be accomplished in a slower fashion than the ability to name color bars, because reading is automatic and interferes with our ability to name the color of the word. Studying whether or not the Stroop effect is limited or encouraged by age, this example experiment found there to be little if any difference in the time factors between two divergent participants. Bibliography lists 4 sources.