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German researchers found that when people glanced at the color green, specifically plant green, for two seconds before doing a creative task, it boosted their creative output compared to briefly looking at other colors, including white, grey, red, and blue.
The study was published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin adds to previous research showing that sky blue and bright yellow boost happiness. Now I’m considering moving my office into a field of dafodils.
Read the NBC News article: A green scene sparks our creativity by Cari Nierenberg