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Schauss – Tranquilizing Effect of Color Reduces Aggressive Behavior and Potential Violence

Outcomes/Measurement | Learning ScienceCME ProfessionBehavioral Science | Cognitive Psychology

I would like to report on a significant use of color to reduce potential or actual aggression. It has been discovered that the use of a specific shade of pink can have a moderating effect on subjects experiencing feelings of anger or agitation. The calming effect of pink if appropriately applied, relaxes hostile or agitated behavior in approximately ten to fifteen minutes.

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