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Physical description; 256 pages : color illustrations ; 32 cm. Subjects; Color - Psychological aspects.
In the present study, color effects are shown to exhibit different patterns depending on the type of response examined. Further, these effects are described as a function of color wavelength. Evaluative effects are most positive at the short wavelength (blue) end of the visible spectrum, while the activation response engendered by color exhibits a U-shaped pattern across wavelengths. Results of the study support the existence of these two distinct dimensions, and potential applications of the findings are discussed. Color Affect Evaluation Store Environments . Los Angeles: Knapp Press.
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Methuen Handbook of Colour (Hand Book of Color). Kornerup, Andreas, J. H. Wanscher, introduction by Donald Pavey. Published by Methuen, London, (1967). About this Item: Methuen Publishing Ltd, 1978. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition.
Artists' materials, Artists' materials industry, History, Pigments industry.
The core works in the Colour Reference Library (CRL) were assembled originally by Donald Pavey, an alumnus of the Royal College of Art who had intended to use the collection to write the histories of colour expression and colour symbolism. The library was later divided and sold to antiquarian book dealers, but was reunited on the open market by design historian Stuart Durant, another RCA alumnus. Durant substantially augmented the collection, with the aid of book dealer Ben Weinreb, before it was eventually sold again