Three articles on colour and emotions published last week.
Last week, Domicele Jonauskaite and prof. Christine Mohr published three articles about their innovative research on the associations between colour and emotion. Congratulations to them!
Last week, three articles were published by Domicele Jonauskaite as the first author, Christine Mohr as the last author, and their colleagues, demonstrating some of the many facets of the associations between colour and emotion. The first article assessed the importance of seeing colour for an existing colour therapy routine (Jonauskaite, Tremea, et al., in press), the second article assessed whether colour-emotion associations depend on how colour is presented (Jonauskaite, Parraga, et al., 2020), while the third article (Jonauskaite & Mohr, 2020) was a letter to the editor in response to a commentary regarding another recent publication from our lab (Jonauskaite, Abdel-Khalek et al., 2019).
Domicele Jonauskaite supervised by Prof Christine Mohr pursue a lively line of research. This Thursday, together Prof Christine Mohr and Déborah Da Silva, another PhD student on colour and affect, they will present their colour work at the nationally and internationally famous colour company Caran d’Ache in Geneva.
Moreover, CARLA often receives academic visitors interested in learning more about colour. Currently, Dr George John from New Delhi, India is visiting and collaborating with the research team until end of March 2020. In late 2019 and early 2020, Dr Mari Uusküla from Tallinn, Estonia, visited the research team twice and established a common research project on colour associations.
par Anik Debrot