The art of sound pictures (1930)

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COLOR AND THE WRITER 265 ORDER OF MAGNITUDE OF BODILY SYMPTOMS OF EMOTION Men Women 1. Dominance Compliance 2. Compliance Inducement 3. Inducement Dominance 4. Submission Submission It is interesting to note that this order of emotional response corresponds rather closely to the color prefer- ences given above, according to a suggested linkage be- tween elementary emotions and primary colors which had been previously suggested by one of the writers. This suggested correspondence was as follows: Dominance Blue Compliance Green Inducement Red Submission Yellow Placing together the order of emotional response and the order of color preference for the two groups, we find the following: Men 1. Blue Dominance 2. Red Compliance 3. Green Inducement 4. Yellow Submission Women Green Compliance Blue Inducement Red Dominance Yellow Submission The first and last choices of color and the first and last elementary emotions correspond precisely.® The two intermediate colors and emotions are found interchanged in order in both cases. But, in both color ratings and ®W. M. Marston, Emotions of Normal People (Harcourt, Brace), 1928.