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중학교 성적에 따른 색채 선호도와 색채 사용수의 상관관계

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Author(s)
송경환
Issued Date
2010
Abstract
Abstract


A Comparative Study on the Relationship between Middle School Students' Color Preference, the Number of Color They Use and Their Academic Performance


Song, Kyoung-Hwan
Advisor : Prof. Kim Jung-Pil
Major in Art Psychotherapy.
Graduate School of Design Chosun University

Human beings acquire and develop their own styles and behaviors when they are born and grow up. Those behaviors continue for a relatively long period, showing a certain pattern, which is defined as a behavior pattern. Behavior patterns that represent one's individual features sometimes play a key role in understanding oneself and interacting with others. Especially during the adolescent period, human beings develop their own behavior patterns under the influence of education and the environment. Therefore, the adolescent years is considered the most important period in human life.
During the adolescent period, human beings are educated through ceaseless contact with the environment. Lots of environmental factors, such as natural factors like district and climate, races, society, and the shapes and colors of buildings, are closely related to human mentality. Those factors, consciously or unconsciously, exert influence on the mentality of adolescents and are reflected in the colors they choose. Colors are a very important factor in art therapy. Several psychologists have proved that colors have something to do with the mentality and behaviors of human beings. If an adolescent likes one certain color, the color becomes a style that represents him because it displays his character and behavior. Therefore, if colors are taught to adolescent in a way that corresponds to their individual conditions, it will expand their talents, boost their creativity and contribute to create a good learning environment.
What is written above have been confirmed through the result of a previous study on the relationship between colors and learning that the effective use of colors in a classroom based on the realization of the importance of color planning can generate an effect similar to the one acquired by color therapy.
Therefore, in order to better understand adolescents and to create a learning environment where adolescents can develop their potentials, research should be conducted regarding their preferred colors and the number of colors they use which have something to do with their academic performance.
This study compared and analyzed the relationship between students' color preference, the number of colors they use and their academic performance. The subjects of the study consisted of 314 seventh, eighth and ninth graders from 8 classes at three middle schools in Gwangju Metropolitan City. The students were told to draw whatever they like with 12 colors colored pencils, and from the drawings the researcher found out their color preference and the number of colors they used.
Alternative Title
A Comparative Study on the Relationship between Middle School Students' Color Preference, the Number of Color They Use and Their Academic Performance
Alternative Author(s)
Song, Kyoung-Hwan
Affiliation
조선대학교 디자인대학원
Department
디자인대학원 미술심리치료
Advisor
김정필
Awarded Date
2011. 2
Table Of Contents
제 Ⅰ장 서 론 1

1. 연구의 동기 및 목적 1
2. 연구 문제 3
3. 용어의 정의 4
1) 학교성적 4
2) 자유화 5
3) 선호색채 5

제 Ⅱ장 이론적 배경 6

1. 학교성적 6
2. 자유화 검사 9
3. 선호색채 10
4. 색채심리 14

제 Ⅲ장 연구 방법 27

1. 연구대상 27
2. 연구 절차 28
3. 측정도구 28
4. 자료처리 30

제 Ⅳ장 연구결과 및 해석 31

1. 학업성적의 평균을 통한 집단의 상, 중 하, 31
2. 수집한 자유화의 사용색채별 분류 명(名)수 32
3. 성적의 상, 중, 하 집단과 자유화를 통한 선호색채 33
4. 성적의 상, 중, 하 집단과 자유화를 통한 색채 사용수 34
5. 선호색채별 사용색채 비교 37
6. 선호색채와 사용 색채 수 비교 39
7. 각 과목별 성적과 사용 색채수와 관련성 41

제 Ⅴ장 논의 및 결론 48

제 Ⅵ장 제언 50

참고문헌 51

부록 54
Degree
Master
Publisher
조선대학교 디자인대학원
Citation
송경환. (2010). 중학교 성적에 따른 색채 선호도와 색채 사용수의 상관관계
Type
Dissertation
URI
https://oak.chosun.ac.kr/handle/2020.oak/1784
http://chosun.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000241350
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Art, Design & Physical Education > Theses(Master)(디자인대학원)
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