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Is there a specific color that the brain reacts to?
Question Date: 2011-12-14
Answer 1:

I'm not aware of a particular color that is generally special to the brain. However, some colors may be emotionally special to a person, and that may help (or hinder) brain processes.

Answer 2:

Depending on the brain, yes. Different brains react differently. Not everybody has the same favorite color, for example.

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