Thursday, October 14, 2004

Colour Preference Testing

Colour preference tests have been devised in order to gain useful information on how people will react to certain colours in given situations, and as a means of personality analysis. The luscher colour test, devised by Dr Max Lusher, is perhaps the best known personality test.
The basic Luscher test involves placing 8 set colours in order of preference and without reference to external considerations, for example, would that colour look nice as an item of clothing. According to Luscher, this allows a true reflection of your colour needs and preferences. Once the selections have been made the position of each colour (1-8) would be analysed to reveal the main personality traits.

This information has been influenced by a leaflet produced by the SDC Colour Museum an educational activity of The Society of Dyers and Colourists
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