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Furthermore, it is one of the founders and major contributors to the Federation of the Italian Maritime System (Federazione del Sistema Marittimo Italiano), which represents the Italian maritime cluster, and is also a member of the European Network of Maritime Clusters (ENMC), and the Italian Institute of Navigation (IIN).
"It's only recently that psychologists and researchers in other disciplines have been looking closely and systematically at the relationship between color and behavior.
Research has shown that nonhuman male primates are particularly attracted to females displaying red.When using chromatic colors like green and blue, the colors were precisely equated in saturation and brightness levels, explained Niesta."That way the test results could not be attributed to differences other than hue." In the final study, the shirt of the woman in the photograph, instead of the background, was digitally colored red or blue.Female baboons and chimpanzees, for example, redden conspicuously when nearing ovulation, sending a clear sexual signal designed to attract males."Our research demonstrates a parallel in the way that human and nonhuman male primates respond to red," concluded the authors.