Patterns of Color Identification and the Psychology of the Environment in the Architectural Space

Neda ArdestaniSamani, S. Ali Mirahmadi, Fateh KabiriKoupaei

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The present paper reviews the psychological effects of colors on humans. With regard to the psychological effects of colors, humans can alter their own conditions and change their moods, temperament, and speed. Colors can even be interfered with in religion and human beliefs. In this paper, we try to explore the colors in terms of psychology, in the end we find that the effects of color on humans are high in their turn, for example, if a person uses a blue color in his environment, and if, vice versa, the red color increases. Today, with busy work and traffic on traffic, human traffic has lost its calm and has weakened the nerves, hence it is trying to regain composure by changing its environment and using psychological and physiological effects of colors.

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