Mood changes your vision
Your day becomes more grey, if you are in a bad mood. According to a study by the University of Rochester, New York, people in a bad mood find it more difficult to decode blue and yellow colours than people in a neutral or good mood. Other studies have found a connection between our conception of those colours and the dopamine neurotransmitter. So, scientists hope that the new results can provide us with a better understanding of the brain’s dopamine signals.
Your colour vision changes, when you are in a bad mood, according to new research.