A recent post from Philbrook Museum of Art
in my hometown of Tulsa, noted a discovery of Dr. Schauss with a particular color of pink. This is just one of many color associations on mood
. But I found it very interesting being noted by an art museum! Thanks, Philbrook!
THE POWER OF PINK: In 1979, Alexander G. Schauss, Ph.D, experimented with the use
of a particular shade of pink and its affect on mood and behavior. He
called the color "BAKER-MILLER PINK" (seen here). It was found that this
pink color was associated with a short-term decrease in aggression.
Subsequent experiments also found that this shade of pink could also act
as a natural appetite suppressant. Who knew?
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