Black• Power• Priests wear black to signify submission to God • Overpowering • Sad
Survey Shows 9 How do you feel when you see the color black? 12 Calm 5 Sad Happy 17 Overpowering• Data obtained from self-generated. Take survey here!! http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JT23BXL
Thesis• Even though everyone is different, certain colors can instantly change a person’s mood.
Main IdeaOur culture and personal experience’s withcertain colors.
For Example… • Red making your heart race since it’s linked with fire trucks and ambulances (in other words, alarm)
Or….• Yellow having positive association simply because it was the color of the sun.
Main Idea Scientist’s hypothesized that thewavelengths of color interact with peopleshormonal systems to change their moods.
In Other Words..When we look atcertain colors, thecolors will bring you acertain emotion fromyour pastexperiences.
Conclusion• Everyone is different and we live through different beliefs. We all had different situations with certain colors. And since we also have different personalities we find other colors pleasing to the eyes. • So even though we don’t know exactly how colors affect our mood we do know that colors do somehow blend into to our lives.
Colors are everywhere we look andwe react to them differently.
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