Do Colors Really Impact Moods?

Abstract

The research conducted seeks to explore the relationship between the effect of color on mood changes. Participants are exposed to a survey that researches the shift in mood based on the provided colors of their choice that one has to draw a picture using the provided samples. The participants are being timed on two different time intervals. The first-timer is set on a three-minute range, while the second timer is set at ninety-second. Each of the contestants has to complete the test before proceeding to the next section. In the second section, they are provided with five to seven survey questions. The entire research is formulated based on two independent variables, which includes Colored crayons as the first variable, while the Time factor is the second independent variable. On the other side of the coin, the mood of participants was measured, as the dependent variable. Every participant in the research will be asked about how they feel before the survey is conducted on a scale of 1 to 10. 1 being mad, while ten being happy. This will help to understand the current mood of the participants before the research commences. Every participant will be assessed based on the choice of colored crayon, within the speculated time frame. This will help to determine the effect of the color chosen in the survey. The primary focus of the research is aimed at establishing the relation between color change in the mood change of the participants.

Keywords: Time, Colored Crayons, Mood of participants, the scale of measure.

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Introduction

Color has been widely associated with the change in mood or choice that is made by many people daily. As a result, the ability of color influencing the change in behavior of mood may be assessed, based on the time of exposure, and the nature of color to determine the level of change in attitude. As a result, the change in mood of participants will be used to establish the relationship between color and mood changes of different individuals.

1. Name one main effect you were looking for in your experiment.

The primary purpose of the research was tailored to check the relationship between intensifying the mood of the participants through the use of color. This was conducted in conjunction with a different time frame of exposure to determine the effects of different colors on the participants’ mood.

2. Was this main effect significant?

The was a series of change based on the four provided colors in the research to determine the influence of each color on the mood. However, based on the scale of the measure supplied in the study, 1 represents sadness, while 10 represents happiness, being the largest scales of measure. Drawings made by green crayon depicted a positive value of 0.6, and 1.0 while being assessed on both 90 seconds and 3 minutes respectively. This indicates a positive shift in the mood change of participants (Test of Between-subjects Effects).

3. Explain why this main effect was or was not significant.

There is a shift in the primary effect of mood change of the participants, based on red, green, and black colors, despite being a slower positive change. Both red and black have slower change with a positive value of 0.3, when exposed to both 3 minutes, and 90 seconds. However, Blue shows no significant effects with a negative value of -0.38 (Test of Between-subjects Effects).

4. Name the other main effect you were looking for in your experiment.

Time remained to be one of the essential factors that affected the change in mood of participants. For instance, there is a notable change based on the results obtained from the green color. Participants exposed to the 3-minute period scored a higher level of mood, change, as compared to those exposed to 90 seconds, on the same green color. This indicates that time is an essential factor while determining the effect of color on mood changes (Descriptive Statistics).

5. Was this main effect significant?

The main effect was not significant, due to the low levels of results obtained from the research, as opposed to the scale of measure provided (Test of Between-subjects Effects).

6. Explain why this main effect was or was not significant.

There were no recorded changes regarding the change in emotions after the participates were through with their drawing. This indicates that the colors did not profoundly affect their mood. Since the obtained results ranged between a negative value of (-0.38) to a positive value of 1.0, this implies that there is no main effect of time, despite the participants being exposed to both 90 seconds and 3 minutes in the survey.

7. Was the interaction significant?

The interaction was not significant.

8. Explain why the interaction was or was not significant.

The research lacked a primary source of interaction that could establish the relationship between the variables in the study (Exposure to Color Affects Participant’s Mood).

 

References

Between-Subjects Factors

Descriptive Statistics

Test of Between-subjects Effects

Exposure to Color Affects Participant’s Mood

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