Arthur M. Jacobs, Isabel C. Bohrn, Ulrike Altmann, Oliver Lubrich, Winfried Menninghaus, When we like what we know – A parametric fMRI analysis of beauty and familiarity
This paper presents a neuroscientific study of aesthetic judgments on written texts. In an fMRI experiment participants read a number of proverbs without explicitly evaluating them. In a post-scan...
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Arthur M. Jacobs, Winfried Menninghaus, Oliver Lubrich, Ulrike Altmann, Isabel C. Bohrn, When we like what we know – A parametric fMRI analysis of beauty and familiarity 2013.
Gemma Di Stefano, Emotions 2016.
Denise Cosentino, Psicopatologie della coscienza nelle letterature tedesca e inglese 2016.
Sam Yin, Movement and Perception 2015.
Laura Herman, Mind Reading and Face Reading 2015.
Laura Herman, The Intersection of Science and Art 2015.
Alison Chan, I move, therefore I am 2015.
Alison Chan, Exploring the scientific basis of mimesis 2015.
Katherine Berko, An Instant Message Conversation Between Socrates and Tito 2015.
Katherine Berko, Living in Two Mimetic Worlds 2015.
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