Psychological Impact of Colors on 7-11 years Hyperactive Children

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Zahra Dorriy
Sedigheh Shool


Hyperactive deficit disorder is one of the most common psychiatric disorders in children at school age, which, if not identified can lead to complications and irreparable harm. Hyperactivity disorder is described as an impulsive pattern and neglected, which often begins before the age of seven. Lack of tranquility and concentration, as well as lack of irrational behavior control in children is normal. But in children with this symptom, the severity of these problems disrupts everyday life. The child's psychology focuses on children physical growth, mental, emotional and social development. The childhood is the most important and influential period in the life of humans. The effect of colors on hyperactive children has been focused. In psychology, color is full of extraordinary power that affects humans through the five senses. Colors, has various effect on soul and body of human. In the color dimension and psychology of color, the meaning of color therapy, is the use of colors in various ways used to improve health. Colors generally affect on the physical state of the mood, that is, it affects the warm, sensational feelings, or vice versa, cold with depression. Color can heal the human soul and bring joy. With the aid of colors can create harmony between the body and soul. This research investigates the psychological impact of colors on 7-11 years hyperactive children. The data collection is through library and field studies and a descriptive-analytical method. In this study, it can be proved that the effect on the hyperactive children.


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Dorriy, Z., & Shool, S. (2020). Psychological Impact of Colors on 7-11 years Hyperactive Children. International Journal of Applied Arts Studies (IJAPAS), 4(2), 25-32. Retrieved from