Tag: Sarah Allred

Roses Are Red: Researcher Explains Psychological and Physiological Effects of Valentine’s Day Colors

Roses Are Red: Researcher Explains Psychological and Physiological Effects of Valentine’s Day Colors

Researcher Sarah Allred explains the physiological and psychological effects of Valentine’s Day colors.

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How Do We Remember Colors? Categories Influence Color Memory, Says New Research

How Do We Remember Colors? Categories Influence Color Memory, Says New Research

Sarah Allred, an assistant professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden, teams with cognitive scientists to study the phenomenon of working color memory in an illuminating new study.

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Researcher Explains The Science Behind the “Ambiguously Colored Dress”

Researcher Explains The Science Behind the “Ambiguously Colored Dress”

As reported by numerous media outlets, a debate has been feverishly heating up the Internet regarding the true color of a blue – or maybe it’s a white? – dress. Sarah Allred, an assistant professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden, explains the science of color perception behind “the ambiguously colored dress.” For more about Allred’s […]

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Roses are Red? Rutgers–Camden Researcher Explores Complex Relationship Between Color Perception and Memory

Roses are Red? Rutgers–Camden Researcher Explores Complex Relationship Between Color Perception and Memory

Sarah Allred, an assistant professor of psychology, explores the relationship between color perception and memory, and the research techniques for studying these processes, in a new research article, titled “Relating Color Working Memory and Color Perception.”

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