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The Tests


Our tests are the results of original research conducted and validated by a team of clinical psychologists, psychoanalysts and mathematicians.
Our main scientific references are the following :

Using art to help understand the imagery of irritable bowel syndrome and its response to hypnotherapy.



Leatrice Eiseman

  Carruthers HR, Miller V, Morris J, Evans J, Tarrier N, Whorwell PJ. Int J Clin Exp Hypn 2009, 57;162-173.
Color preference of aged observers compared to young observers.
  Beke L, Kutas G, Kwak Y, Sung GY, Park D, Bodrogi P: Col Res Appl 2008, 5:381-94.
The hedonics of color.
  Simmons DR, Asher K. J Vis 2007, 7:463a.
Biological components of sex differences in color preference.
  Hurlbert AC, Ling Y: Curr Biol 2007, 17:R623-5.
The association of colors with emotions: a systematic approach
  Simmons DR. J Vis 2006, 6:251a.
A study of color emotion and color preference.
  Part I: color emotions for single colors. Part II: color emotions for two-color combinations.
Part III: color preference modelling.
Ou L, Luo MR, Woodcock A, Wright. Color Res App.l 2004, A29;232-240;292-298, 381-389.
Effects of hue, saturation and brightness on preference.
  Camgoz N, Yener C, Guvenc D: Color Res Appl 2002, 27:199-207.
Color sensitivity and mood disorders: biology or metaphor?
  Barrick CB, Taylor D, Correa EI: J Affect Disord 2002, 68:67-71.
Preferences for colors and color-emotion combinations in early childhood.
  Zentner MR. Dev Sci 2001, 4:389-398.
Colors for every mood.
  Leatrice Eiseman. Capital books : 2000
Psychologie pathologique: théorie et clinique.
  J. Bergeret. Masson, 2000.
Color discrimination, color naming and color preferences in 80-year olds.
  Wijk H, Berg S, Sivik L, Steen B: Aging Clin Exp Res 1999, 11:176-185.
A note on adults’ color-emotion associations.
  Hemphill M. J Genet Psychol 1996, 157:275-280.
Comparative studies on color preference in Japan and other Asian regions, with special emphasis on the preference for white.
  Saito M: Color Res Appl1996, 21:35-49.
Color and emotions preferences and combinations.
  Terwogt MM, Hoeksma JB. J Gen Psychol 1995, 122:5-17.
Children’s emotional associations with colors.
  Boyatzis CJ, Verghese R. J Genet Psychol 1994, 155:77-85.
Effects of color on emotions.
  Valdez P, Mehrabian A: J Exp Psychol Gen 1994, 123:394-409.
Grey mood: grey colors.
  De Leo D, Rocco PL, Dello Buono MR, Dalla Barba GF: Lancet 1989, 2:573-574.
The Lüscher Color Test.
  Lüscher M. Scott IA, editor and translator. New York: Washington Square Press; 1969.
A principal components analysis of semantic differential judgements of single colors and color pairs.
  Hogg J: J Gen Psychol 1969, 80:129-140.
The color pyramid test: a nonverbal technique for personality
Schaie KW. Psychol Bull 1963, 60:530-547.
The Rorschach Technique: an introductory manual.
  Klopfer B, Davidson HH . NewYork: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc; 1962.
Scaling the association between colors and mood-tones.
  Schaie KW. Am J Psychol 1961, 74:266-273.
A Q-sort study of color-mood association.
  Schaie KW: J Proj Tech 1961, 25:341-6.
C. G. Jung : 
  Man and his symbols,
Pychologie de l'inconscient,
Métamorphoses de l'âme et ses symboles,
Dialectique du moi et de l'inconscient, ...
Le langage des couleurs. 
  René-Lucien Rousseau : 1954.
The degree to which colors (hues) are associated with mood-tones.
  Wexner LB. J Appl Psychol 1954, 38:432-435.
The Lowenfeld Mosaic Test.
  Lowenfeld M. J Proj Tech 1952, 16:200-202.
A critical and experimental study of color preferences.
  Eysenck HJ. Am J Psychol 1941, 45:385-394.
Freud :
  Pulsion et destin des pulsions,
Métapsychologie, ...