ARTICLE COLOR COGNITIVE SURVEY OF THE ELDERLY GROUP AND THE YOUTH GROUP WITH SPECIAL INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES IN NURSING HOMES - FOCUSING ON THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SYMPTOM GROUPS.

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HEEJUNG SHIM, GWANGRYEOL PARK , SUNGWON KIM

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Humans live surrounded by natural and artificial color environments with their birth. Color, a physical wave of light and a material particle, sits on the surface of surroundings and objects, is a concept like red or blue, a color name like red or blue, and a code woven into numbers and letters. One of the facts about color is that the nature of our feelings is subjectively different, so we describe color perception as a 'phenomenal entity'. Along with the industrial technology society, the frequency of color use has increased, and color production according to materials has increased, and current image media and technology are entering another producer of color. With a variety of colors that are single, combined, and complex, we "reproduce a given external world and project the inner world."

The colors described along the various academic systems of science are discussed as communication carriers from a functional point of view across physics and psychological facts. Based on examples of color use, psychology dealt with color perception experiences, discovered the structure and composition of colors, conditions and factors, and led to progress in the field of color psychology describing the function and impact of colors. In psychological studies on 'color stimulation and response', the term 'color perception' refers intermittently to the difference between 'color perception' and 'color cognition', and the term 'color perception' refers to a directional transition of color research. Based on the long-standing discussions of seeing and knowing colors, language, emotion, and descriptions based on learning and memory discuss color conceptualization, symbolization and signal in terms of representation, and subjective and objectively discriminating the nature of colors.