Click on 2 answers A The experiments failed to find a connection between colors

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Click on 2 answers A. The experiments failed to find a connection between colors and emotions. B. The experiments showed useful connections between color and light. 13
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C. The experiments provided valuable information about the relationships between colors. D. The experiments were not useful until modern psychologists reinterpreted them. 答案: AC 解析: And in terms of this goal, he wasn’t very successful. 对应 A 选项 Scientist studying romantics and chromatics still marvel his studying . 对应 C ,对 还是有一定 贡献 的。注意 marvel 褒扬态度 According to the professor, why did Runge choose the colors red, yellow, and blue as the three primary colors? A. He felt they represented natural light at different times of the day. B. He noticed that they were the favorite colors of Romantic painters. C. He performed several scientific experiments that suggested those colors. D. He read a book by Goethe and agreed with Goethe’s choices of colors. 答案: A 解析: Runge’s choice of red, yellow, blue has nothing to do with what we know from modern day chromatics, it had to do with Runge’s complex system of symbolism. ....... Particularly with his experience of quality of lights at various times of the day.: morning noon and night. 与答案对应 What does the professor imply when he says this: 重听题 A. Many people have proposed theories about primary colors. B. Goethe discovered the primary colors by accident. C. Goethe probably developed the primary color theory before reading Runge’s letter. D. Goethe may have been influenced by Runge’s ideas about primary colors. 答案: D 解析: He just happened ...at the same time of the same theory. 注 意 教 授 重 happened ,说明教授 觉得 这不一定是 happened 。选 D 14
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