Effect of colour coordination of attire with poster presentation on poster popularity

Keegan, David A.; Bannister, Susan L.
December 2003
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/9/2003, Vol. 169 Issue 12, p1291
Academic Journal
Discusses the results of a study, which examined the effect of color coordination of attire with poster presentation on poster popularity. Background on poster presentations; Colors used in the study; Average number of visitors during the poster presentation session; Limitations of the study.


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