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Old 07-12-2008   #9
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Default Re: I See Red

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Originally Posted by Carr Bombed View Post
How do you explain the Arizona Cardinals though?
Who have the Cardinals been overtly superior to would be the question???

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"Where there was a large point difference—presumably because one contestant was far superior to the other—color had no effect on the outcome," Barton said. "Where there was a small point difference, the effect of color was sufficient to tip the balance."

To add to the studies mentioned above, dark colors mixed with red, such as black, dark navy, etc would reinforce the effect. Arizona mixes there red with lots of white.

BTW, the calmest, most nonthreatening colors are peach and powder blue. Brings to mind the Oilers..........who yielded their powder puff color to one of our "favorite" rival teams..............they would be enhanced even further with the addition of tutu frills.
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