The Hidden Psychology Of Colours: What They Say About Your Health, IQ, Attractiveness And Emotions (P)

Discover the surprising colour that makes you look more attractive, the role of colour in sleep and creativity and how our emotional responses are reflected in the colours we perceive.

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Colours are not just a feast for the eyes—psychologists have found they are powerful influencers of our health, intelligence, emotions and attractiveness.

From the subtle hues we choose to wear to the bright shades that fill our environment, colours hold a fascinating sway over our psychological and physiological states.

This article reveals the hidden psychology behind colours, exploring how shades like red, black, cyan, amber, and blue impact various aspects of our lives.

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Author: Dr Jeremy Dean

Psychologist, Jeremy Dean, PhD is the founder and author of PsyBlog. He holds a doctorate in psychology from University College London and two other advanced degrees in psychology. He has been writing about scientific research on PsyBlog since 2004.