Colors can elicit cognitive and emotional states. In particular, blue colour is associated to "refresh" and "restart" effects and is suggested to enhance a wake-up after a calm situation. In this exploratory study, these claims are investigated using Electroencephalographic (EEG), Skin Conductance (SC) and pupil diameter data. The results confirmed the "wake-up effect" for subjects wearing the lenses, as measured by Global Field Power (GFP) in Theta Band, Skin Conductance Response (SCR) and pupil diameter data.

(2019). Looking through blue glasses: bioelectrical measures to assess the awakening after a calm situation . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/228919

Looking through blue glasses: bioelectrical measures to assess the awakening after a calm situation

Valesi, Riccardo;Russo, Vincenzo
2019

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Colors can elicit cognitive and emotional states. In particular, blue colour is associated to "refresh" and "restart" effects and is suggested to enhance a wake-up after a calm situation. In this exploratory study, these claims are investigated using Electroencephalographic (EEG), Skin Conductance (SC) and pupil diameter data. The results confirmed the "wake-up effect" for subjects wearing the lenses, as measured by Global Field Power (GFP) in Theta Band, Skin Conductance Response (SCR) and pupil diameter data.
Bilucaglia, Marco; Laureanti, Rita; Zito, Margherita; Circi, R.; Fici, A.; Rivetti, F.; Valesi, Riccardo; Wahl, S.; Russo, Vincenzo
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