discussing colors and tastes

discussing colors and tastes

Meaning of Colors and Psychological Effects

The colors generated by light represent energy in a way. This energy sometimes processes body functions and sometimes our minds and emotions. Although we know that the eye function is the eye, studies are said to actually see the brain. The image is taken by millions of nerve endings in the retinal layer of the eye and transmitted to the center of vision in the brain and the image is detected. Today, with advanced technology, we know that color affects brain waves, autonomic nervous system, hormonal activity and arouses various emotions. So, our reaction to a color is both physiological and psychological.

Mahnke in 1993: There is a connection between the brain and human behavior. Stimulating the brain can make people happy, angry, sad, anxious. Central nervous system, the central control center of human behavior. According to research, each stimulus received by nerve cells affects the brain stem and then the whole nervous system. People are exposed to many stimuli during the day, including most vision. These stimuli can be more or less.

From Past to Present
Some Research
Colors affect body functions, mind and emotions with the energy produced by light. Studies have shown that colors benefit brain development, creativity, productivity and learning.

In 1875, the European doctor Ponza experimented with colored windows, colored walls and colored furniture in various rooms. The colors he used were red and blue. A man who refused to eat for days wanted to eat. An aggressive patient entering the blue room also calmed down over a 1 hour period.

In 1942, Goldstein studied the effect of color on organisms, studied patients, and observed which color had a positive and negative effect. One of his most important studies is about Parkinson's patients. Red has made the pathological problem worse in parkinson's patients, green has improved and corrected it. Patients with brain damage also reacted negatively to red.

In 1957, red had a more stimulating effect on visual activity and autonomic nervous system functions than on blue.

Main Colors: Blue, yellow, red.

Intermediate Colors: Purple, orange, green.

Blue: We see many places around us at sea in the sky. The psychological effects that people have on us can be listed as follows; It is known as the color of tranquility, regularity, reliability, loyalty and peacefulness.

Yellow: We see it in flowers, in the sun, in our clothes and in many other places. The psychological effects of human beings can be listed as follows; It is known as the color of wisdom, joy, idea production, efficiency, enthusiasm, inspiration.

Red: When it is said red, it is the love that comes to the minds of many of us. The psychological effects of human beings can be listed as follows; happiness, determination, determination, mobility, as a color representing the generality knows. In addition, it is an appetizing color that we can notice from the packaging of the products we eat.

Purple: Purple color can be seen in some of the flowers around us. The psychological effects of human beings can be listed as follows; creativity, nobility, balance, self-confidence, is known as the color that represents relaxing feelings.

Orange: We can see orange in our clothes, flowers and many other places. The psychological effect that people have on us can be explained as follows; It is known as the color representing dominant character and vividness.

Green: We know that green is the color of our nature and balance and harmony. Psychological effects on people can be listed as follows; it creates and represents a reassuring, relaxing, peaceful and relaxing effect.

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