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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Christian Keysers, A unifying view of the basis of social cognition 2004.
Vittorio Gallese, Mirror Neurons, Embodied Simulation, and the Neural Basis of Social Identification 2009.
Pier Francesco Ferrari, Leonardo Fogassi, Mirror Neurons and the Evolution of Embodied Language 2007.
Thomas Nagel, What is it like to be a Bat? .
Mark Turner, The Embodied Mind and the Origins of Human Culture 2011.
Franziska Holzner, Christian Fuchs, Art as a Complex, Dynamic System .
Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas, Conceptual Blending Theory and the History of Emotions .
Christopher Hart, Critical Discourse Analysis and Metaphor: Toward a Theoretical Framework 2007.
Neigel J.T. Thomas, Imagining Minds 2003.
John Smythies, Space, Time and Consciousness 2003.
Max Velmans, HOW TO DEFINE CONSCIOUSNESS AND HOW NOT TO DEFINE CONSCIOUSNESS 2009.
Jerry R. Hobbs, Will Robots Ever Have Literature? 1993.
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