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Sex differences in color preference on the Luscher Color Test were investigated for the green and the yellow chips. 50 male and 79 female majors in education rated and ranked each color on the popular form of the test. Females ranked and rated yellow significantly higher than did the males. Implications regarding test validity for females are discussed.
The increasing pressure of climate change and the obstacles in the Post-Kyoto process lead to an increasing interest in energy efficiency measures. Energy efficiency is considered a valuable contribution to increased energy security and decreased dependence on energy imports and less vulnerability to price shocks etc. It is one of the three pillars of the… (More)