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Color and psychological functioning: the effect of red on performance attainment.
This research focuses on the relation between color and psychological functioning, specifically, that between red and performance attainment. Red is hypothesized to impair performance on achievementExpand
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Achievement Goals and Achievement Emotions: Testing a Model of Their Joint Relations with Academic Performance.
The authors propose a theoretical model linking achievement goals and achievement emotions to academic performance. This model was tested in a prospective study with undergraduates (N = 213), usingExpand
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Achievement goals and discrete achievement emotions : A theoretical model and prospective test
A theoretical model linking achievement goals to discrete achievement emotions is proposed. The model posits relations between the goals of the trichotomous achievement goal framework and 8 commonlyExpand
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Color psychology: effects of perceiving color on psychological functioning in humans.
Color is a ubiquitous perceptual stimulus that is often considered in terms of aesthetics. Here we review theoretical and empirical work that looks beyond color aesthetics to the link between colorExpand
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Color and Psychological Functioning
Color is a ubiquitous perceptual experience, yet little scientific information about the influence of color on affect, cognition, and behavior is available. Accordingly, we have developed a generalExpand
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Chapter two - Color-in-Context Theory
Abstract Color is a ubiquitous perceptual stimulus, yet relatively little empirical and even less theoretical work exists on color and psychological functioning. The research that has been conductedExpand
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Red, rank, and romance in women viewing men.
In many nonhuman species of vertebrates, females are attracted to red on male conspecifics. Red is also a signal of male status in many nonhuman vertebrate species, and females show a matingExpand
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Achievement Goals, Performance Contingencies, and Performance Attainment: An Experimental Test
This research examines the effect of achievement goals on performance attainment and the moderating role of performance contingencies. Results from 3 experiments strongly support the authors'Expand
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The Effect of Red on Avoidance Behavior in Achievement Contexts
This research tests whether the perception of red in an achievement context evokes avoidance behavior without conscious awareness and also examines the context specificity of the hypothesized redExpand
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Human attachment security is mediated by the amygdala: Evidence from combined fMRI and psychophysiological measures
The neural basis of human attachment security remains unexamined. Using event‐related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and simultaneous recordings of skin conductance levels, we measuredExpand
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