Text color and comprehension
Our hypothesis has been proven correct - a person is best able to comprehend essays printed in black text on white paper.
Computers and cell phones enable the consumer to have control over the color of the text and the background on their screens. One person's preferred color combination, may be irritating to someone else. Not everyone prefers to use black text on a white background. The black-white combination is in fact, the worst combination for a person suffering from dyslexia.
To improve the reliability and accuracy of our results, a larger sample of participants should be used.
This science fair project may be repeated, this time, with participants of a different age group.
Modify the science project experiment, using different colored backgrounds.
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