Men and Women See The World Differently
One study showed that women could differentiate between similar hues that looked identical to men, particularly those in the yellow and green range. Men, however, were more adept at pinpointing when light or dark barks flickered on a screen. Scientists aren't sure why these differences exist, though some believe that the increased amount of testosterone in the visual regions of men's brains may be the cause. Others think that the difference could be cultural, not hardwired.
Key Facts In This Video
Multiple surveys have shown that blue is the most popular response to "What is your favorite color?". (0:29)
Bulls aren't actually angered by the color red. (1:08)
School buses are yellow because it is the most attention-grabbing color when seen in our peripheral vision. (1:55)