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|標題:||A Study on the Affective Effects of Colors for Six Ornamental Plants|
Affective effects of color
The purpose of this study was to understand how people affectively react to the plant color for providing landscape architects with a planting design guideline. Many studies related to color affection show that human's emotional responses are concerned with lifelee materials such as color chips, color lights, interior color, and clothing color, however, few have focused on the live material like plant. Three major conclusions were drawn from the analyses. First, plant colors had effects on people's affection. That is , different plant colors trsnsmit different mood and atmosphere. Second, four factors, the effect of plant color, were extracted based on the maximum likelihood criterion. These four factors were opimostic-merry, noble-stable, stimulating-interesting, and passionate-vigorous. Third, gender, academic background, degree of attention to plant color, and professional color training had an effect on the reaction to plant color.
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