Posted by sherri on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 4:45pm.
Problem
Design an experiment that uses color to modify human behavior.
I. Understand the Problem
(a) Discuss how the graph of wavelengths versus eye sensitivity relates to this problem.
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(b) Write down a hypothesis for this problem.
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II. Devise a Plan
(c) Identify some possible strategies to test your hypothesis.
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(d) Are all strategies that you listed in step (c) equally viable? Might any of them yield a solution to the problem more readily than others? If so, why?
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(e) In addition to the graphs given in this Thought Project, are there any additional data that would be useful or necessary to solve this problem using your strategy?
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(f) If you answered yes to the question in step (e), what are some possible sources for this data?
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(g) For assistance in testing your hypothesis, do you feel that the data given in the graphs could be displayed more effectively? In other words, would a bar chart, pie chart, or other form of display be a better way to graph this data?
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III. Look Back
(h) Discuss your opinion of graphing as a problem solving tool. When can it be used as an effective tool?
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(i) Discuss the outcome that you think would result if our problem solving technique were applied to the problem to this Thought Project.
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Hints:
Think about this:
1. How can various colors affect the personâ€™s behavior (some examples are: the attention span, the mood, the level of distraction, the aggressiveness, etc.)?
2. What is a hypothesis? You might want to research the Net for the definition of this term and some explanation.
Problem
Execute the research necessary to support your explanation for why bullfightersâ€™ capes are red.
Research the Internet and/or the library for the information required in the assignment.
Remember: your answer and you must provide your references (the format of your reference list is to be determined by your instructor).Problem
Discuss how the graphs presented in this Thought Project help to explain why humans cannot see colors that fall in the ultraviolet or infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
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Problem
Discuss how the graphs presented in this Thought Project help to explain why humans cannot see colors that fall in the ultraviolet or infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Problem
Discuss how the graphs presented in this Thought Project help to explain why humans cannot see colors that fall in the ultraviolet or infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
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