It would be of interest to explore, in greater detail, further possible differences between these two groups, the "high orange" and "low orange." Accordingly, the purpose of this study was to seek possible differences between the two groups with respect to certain more specific personality variables. The importance of such a study, in addition to shedding light upon the characteristics of groups separated by means of the color association test, is also seen in the fact that it might provide information bearing upon the understanding, prediction and control of behavior-problem cases.
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Morton J. Keston
Psychology, Personality, Color, Norbett L. Mintz
Binner, Paul Raymond. "An Investigation of Certain Personality Factors of Two Groups Seperated on the Basis of a Color Association Test." (1954). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/psy_etds/166