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What Is Your Brain’s Color Preference?

Every brain prefers some colors over others. What color is your brain drawn to on a daily basis? Do you even realize it when you see it? Let's find out your brain's color preference.
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What color stands out the most?
Orange
Pink
Blue
Red

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What color spoke to you first?
Blue
Yellow
Orange
White

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What color caught you?
Orange
Green
Yellow
Black

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What word do you associate with this photo?
Rebellion
Freedom
Beauty
Femininity

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What word do you think of when you see this photo?
Creativity
Blankness
Anxiety
Happiness

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What does this image remind you of?
Wisdom
Peace
Desire
Calm

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Which color flower would you choose?
Red
Pink
Orange
White

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Which color really caught your eye?
Orange
Blue
Green
Red

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What does this image remind you of?
Peace
Quiet
Happiness
Love

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How does this image make you feel?
Happy
Energized
Free
Grounded

Blue

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Your brain’s color preference is blue. As a very calm and humble person who much prefers quiet to bustle or activity, your brain is naturally drawn to the calming color blue. Blue is a “safe” color. Our brains perceive blue as being attached to comfort or safety. It is also a calming color, thought to invoke peace and a sense of wellbeing.

Pink

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Your brain’s color preference is pink. Much like the color you saw in the womb, pink reminds you of childhood and safety. Your brain perceives the color pink as being quite “safe” and “warm.” While many perceive pink as a playful color, your brain sees it as a color associated with nurturing and home.

Green

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Your brain’s color preference is green. As a nature lover, it makes perfect sense that your brain is drawn to the color that is most highly associated with nature and the environment. Green not only reminds you of nature, but it promotes a positive mood. Your brain perceives the color green as if it is seeing foliage, which boosts the mood and makes our everyday burdens feel even lighter.

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Your brain’s color preference is red. As a very high strung person, it makes sense that your brain prefers the color of stop lights and fire engines, items that are often associated with panic or high octane performance. It is not a calming color in the slightest. In fact, the very sight of red can raise your pulse rate and perspiration. Your brain is active and always on overdrive, much like a red flashing light.
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