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- A circle with different colored sectors used to show the relationship between colors
- A color wheel or color circle is either: * An abstract illustrative organization of color hues around a circle, that show relationships between primary colors, secondary colors, complementary colors, etc.
- color circle: a chart in which complementary colors (or their names) are arranged on opposite sides of a circle
- Colors arranged in a certain order in the shape of a circle.
- the science of mental life
- (psychological) mental or emotional as opposed to physical in nature; "give psychological support"; "psychological warfare"
- The scientific study of the human mind and its functions, esp. those affecting behavior in a given context
- Psychology is the science and artEvans AN; Rooney BJ (2008). (p. 6). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.Plante TG (2005). (p. 7). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.Hilgard ER; Kelly EL; Luckey B; Sanford RN; Shaffer LF; Shakow D (1947). Classics in the History of Psychology. York University.
- The mental characteristics or attitude of a person or group
- The mental and emotional factors governing a situation or activity
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Healing with Music and Color: A Beginner's Guide
This handbook gives the beginning student of healing a basic guide to the therapeutic use of color and music. In a clear, conse text, Dr. Bassano explains how musical tones and color rays can be used for physical, emotional, and mental healing. Though practical, with easy-to-follow instructions, Bassano's methods are based on spiritual precepts. The concept is simple: we are all spiritual beings who are highly susceptible to both positive and negative energies. These energies can cause imbalances that make us depressed, physically ill, or spiritually vacant. They can also uplift us, make us well, and keep our lives in emotional and mental balance. You can easily learn which colors to wear in order to change your life, which musical tones will bring you peace, and how the body's chakras-the seven healing centers-are tuned into both music and color. Unlock the potential of these sublime cosmic energies-heal yourself and help other do it, too!
Purple daisy. Purple is a range of hues of color occurring between red and blue. In additive light combinations it occurs by mixing the primary colors red and blue in varying proportions. It is a secondary color because two colors (blue and red) make up this color. In subtractive pigments it can be equal to the primary color magenta or be formed by mixing magenta with the colors red or blue, or by mixing just the latter two, in which case a color of low saturation will result. Low saturation will also be caused by adding a certain quantity of the third primary color (green for light or yellow for pigment). There is a disagreement over exactly which shades can be described as purple, some people preferring more precise terms such as magenta or heliotrope for particular shades. A difference in retinal sensitivity to red and blue light between individuals can cause further disagreement. In color theory, a "purple" is defined as any non-spectral color between violet and red (excluding violet and red themselves). The spectral colors violet and indigo are not purples according to color theory but they are purples according to common English usage since they are between red and blue. In art, purple is the color on the color wheel between magenta and violet and its tints and shades. This color, electric purple, is shown below. In human color psychology, purple is also associated with royalty and nobility (stemming from classical antiquity when Tyrian purple was only affordable to the elites).
blue, the most human color blue lips, blue veins blue, the color of our planet from far, far away i love priming! "wear the blue shirt!" AHAHAHA. yeah, rambling. oh, well. but uhhh yeah, i love ap psychology it's adding to my vocabulary of ridiculous words that i can actually use.
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The Complete Color Harmony is from Rockport Publishers' best-selling series that includes, Color Harmony and Color Harmony 2. This book expands upon the two previous editions for the most comprehensive color reference to date. Along with some basic color theory, the book provides hundreds of one, two, and three-color combinations selected to reflect a range of moods and adjectives.
This edition includes information on creating special effects using metallic and fluorescent color palettes, as well as an entirely new section devoted to the psychology of color. In Complete Color Harmony, authors Tina Sutton and Bride M. Whelan help readers determine their best colors and suggests why some colors may inspire their creativity while others don't.
The book also includes two new color palette sections reflecting black and white as the color base, along with an expanded and updated Color Trends section that discusses not only trends and how they are predicted but gives advice on how to be a trend spotter.