Effects of Floral and Foliage Displays on Human Emotions

  title={Effects of Floral and Foliage Displays on Human Emotions},
  author={M. Adachi and C. Rohde and A. Kendle},
  • M. Adachi, C. Rohde, A. Kendle
  • Published 2000
  • Biology
  • Horttechnology
  • Changes in human emotions were investigated during exposure to three different indoor conditions: floral display present, foliage display present, and no display present. There were 20 subjects (10 males and 10 females) in each condition. The subjects were shown a video that introduced the University of Reading and included scenes of landscapes. It was shown that a floral display had positive effects on human emotions, such as composition and confidence, however, some evidence of a significant… CONTINUE READING
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