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The following page is also useful I think
-- James Nairne
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> Howdy Folks, > > Here are a few useful links concerning "color theory" on the Web. Art > teachers may discover them to be very useful resources for teaching. As a > group, they contain information on additive and subtractive color as well as > the operation of the eye and psychological concerns associated with human > vision an art. Enjoy! > > Bob Fromme > > <a href=http://psych.hanover.edu/classes/hfnotes2//">The Physical Stimulus > for Vision , Psychology Department ,Hanover College > (http://psych.hanover.edu/classes/hfnotes2// ) </A> > > <a href="http://www.oberlin.edu/~clai/psych108/Main.html"> Explorations in > Color( http://www.oberlin.edu/~clai/psych108/Main.html ) </A> > > <a > href="http://vygotsky.berkeley.edu/KIE/curriculum/L%26C/Color-Debate.html">T > he Color & Light Debate SCIENTISTS DEBATE COMPETING THEORIES BY EXAMINING > HOW THEY EXPLAIN EVIDENCE > (http://vygotsky.berkeley.edu/KIE/curriculum/L%26C/Color-Debate.html" )</A> > > <a href="http://www.bway.net/~jscruggs/color.html">Color Theory ( > http://www.bway.net/~jscruggs/color.html )</A>