Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Color and Gender

I discovered this little gem of a cartoon while researching infographics.  It's mostly whimsical with a lot of truth-guys do see colors differently.  The cartoon is free to share under the creative commons licensing (see below).  I suspect you could use it in a gender/perception portion of a unit.  If you go through their collection, many of the cartoons are gender and relationship based. Enjoy.

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posted by Chuck Schallhorn

1 comment:

John Vespasian said...

Even if colours are perceived slightly differently, I find questionable that this has any practical implication on how people think or behave, other than perhaps in the choice of their clothes. An interesting study though. John Vespasian