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Color and Personality: Strong's Interest Inventory and Cattell's 16PF

@article{Lange2007ColorAP,
  title={Color and Personality: Strong's Interest Inventory and Cattell's 16PF},
  author={R. Lange and J. Rentfrow},
  journal={North American Journal of Psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={423}
}
Three studies addressed the relation between color preference and personality, based on subsets of respondents from a pool of volunteers who participated in a series of Career Transition Clinics provided by an Atlanta, GA church. It was hypothesized that the mostly inconclusive findings of earlier research are primarily due to the piecemeal nature of the analysis afforded by standard statistical method. Hence, the central data analyses were performed using a neural net approach. Study I (n… Expand

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