Presentation 2003/3/11
The Relationship between Detection of Color and Aesthetic Preference in Multiple Color Combination
Atsushi KIMURA, Kaoru NOGUCHI,
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Abstract(in English) The present study investigated color harmony in multiple color combination. Two experiments, one on detection task of single color and other on aesthetic preference, were carried out using same stimuli composed of 9 or 4 color combinations. Exposure times were 500, 750, 1000, 1500, and 2000ms. Correct responses in detection task were found to increase with increasing exposure time, whereas aesthetic preferences were nearly constant regardless of the change in exposure time. These findings imply that aesthetic preference of multiple color combinations occurs in the processing stage different from the perception of single color, suggesting that classical theories of color harmony could not be applied to the case of multiple color combination.
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Keyword(in English) Color Harmony / Multiple Color Combination / Color Detection Task / Aesthetic Preference
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Title (in English) The Relationship between Detection of Color and Aesthetic Preference in Multiple Color Combination
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Keyword(1) Color Harmony
Keyword(2) Multiple Color Combination
Keyword(3) Color Detection Task
Keyword(4) Aesthetic Preference
1st Author's Name Atsushi KIMURA
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Literature and Social Sciences, Nihon University()
2nd Author's Name Kaoru NOGUCHI
2nd Author's Affiliation College of Humanities and Sciences, Nihon University
Date 2003/3/11
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Volume (vol) vol.102
Number (no) 735
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 5
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