Title

Hearing Color And Seeing Sounds: To What Extent Does Color Repetition Occur In Song Selection Involving Males And Females

School Name

Heathwood Hall Episcopal School

Grade Level

11th Grade

Presentation Topic

Psychology and Sociology

Presentation Type

Non-Mentored

Abstract

Throughout the year, a test has been constructed to find a correlation between color selection in males and female while listening to music. The purpose of this study is to examine any repetition that may occur in color selection when listening to five specific songs. In order to test this hypothesis, forty 7th and 8th grade students took a hearing colors test that required them to listen to five song and select three colors that they felt best represented the song. After all data was collected, each result was examined and inferred into data charts. Throughout the testing there were three noticeable colors that were selected multiple times by multiple people: red, orange, and yellow. To conclude the research, there is not a specific interrelation in the results that were collected, however there were certain repetitions that did occur between the forty students. Therefore, these results did support our hypothesis.

Location

Owens 108

Start Date

4-16-2016 11:45 AM

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Apr 16th, 11:45 AM

Hearing Color And Seeing Sounds: To What Extent Does Color Repetition Occur In Song Selection Involving Males And Females

Owens 108

Throughout the year, a test has been constructed to find a correlation between color selection in males and female while listening to music. The purpose of this study is to examine any repetition that may occur in color selection when listening to five specific songs. In order to test this hypothesis, forty 7th and 8th grade students took a hearing colors test that required them to listen to five song and select three colors that they felt best represented the song. After all data was collected, each result was examined and inferred into data charts. Throughout the testing there were three noticeable colors that were selected multiple times by multiple people: red, orange, and yellow. To conclude the research, there is not a specific interrelation in the results that were collected, however there were certain repetitions that did occur between the forty students. Therefore, these results did support our hypothesis.