Is color can affect one's mood?

@gengeni (3308)
December 28, 2010 12:13pm CST
I want to ask: 1. whether color can affect one's mood? 2. why color can affect mood / mood? 3. What color can affect mood / mood, and each â € "their influence? 4. And if that color can affect mood / a person's mood, whether the effect of these colors can affect the activity of a person in real life - the day? 5. Are there any other psychological factors can be influenced by the color?
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@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
5 Jan 11
1. Probably. The proof I really hate the color Pink. If there is excessive Pink color, my mood immediately droop. Meanwhile, if the color is good, I'm going again spirit. 2. Just like the above reply 3. Well depending on the person. 4. Activities? Probably. Reasons same as no.1 5. I do not know.
• Indonesia
30 Dec 10
color can affect one's mood, as in every color that there is a separate meaning, not just someone like certain colors, but each had a characteristic color, respectively .. eg red, it symbolizes the courage, so could be anyone who likes the color red is bold,, another example .. green .. the color of trees, leaves ... The green color symbolizes coolness, beauty, peace ... so this can be used if the psychological sciences, such as there are people who are bored or stressed .. see the beautiful scenery and beautiful, full of green, its definitely a little less stress,, n the mood is definitely better ..!
@youless (86466)
• Guangzhou, China
29 Dec 10
I think the color can affect people's mood. For example, you often can see it is either orange or red for the restaurant. You won't see a blue restaurant because people will lose appetite in such kind of environment. And it is better not to decorate your house with black or red because you will have a bad or angry mood. And the hospital is in white, so that the patients can feel peaceful there. I love China
@Liliac26 (558)
• Romania
28 Dec 10
Absolutely. Every color can affect one's mood and this can have an impact in daily life (red, for instance, apparently makes one more active and energetic). Here's a good link if you want to read more about it: