Our expert says:
The short, sharp, scientific answer is : No. There is absolutely no good evidence that any particular colour enhances anyone's study abilities.
That said, there are some principles which would probably apply - I'd think (a) be cautious about decoratibe elements that would be distracting and lure you to something outside of your studies, and (b) choose colour or colours that you personally find pleasing. It may also depend on your study style - if you tend to have a problem of getting drowsy or under-aroused when studying, maybe some brighter more stimulating colours would help ; whereas if you tend to get anxieous, tense and jumpy while studying, more restful colours might be useful.
As Purple reminds us, some people habitually multi-task, and prefer to study amidst distractions - with radio, TV, music, etc., around them. Others prefer solitude and silence.
Some folks find background music helps, and its easier to change than all colour - so high energy pop when one;s getting drowsy, and soothing classics when you're jumpy.
HMm, "feng scam" - isn't there a government department specializing in that ?
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