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Studies in the New Experimental Aesthetics: Steps toward an Objective Psychology of Aesthetic Appreciation

Studies in the New Experimental Aesthetics: Steps toward an Objective Psychology of Aesthetic Appreciation,10.2307/3344649,Journal of Research in Musi

Studies in the New Experimental Aesthetics: Steps toward an Objective Psychology of Aesthetic Appreciation   (Citations: 89)
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Journal: Journal of Research in Music Education , vol. 23, no. 3, 1975
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    • ...Both of us were conducting multidimensional scaling analyses of stylistic judgment (see Berlyne & Ogilvie, 1974; Cupchik, 1974)...

    Gerald C. Cupchik. The Digitized Self in the Internet Age

    • ...Most psychological work on aesthetic has focussed on investigating what perceptual features related to artworks are generally preferred by the observer (Berlyne 1974; Zeki 1999; Leder et al. 2004)...

    B. Calvo-Merinoet al. Extrastriate body area underlies aesthetic evaluation of body stimuli

    • ...A strong association of subjectively rated sadness and joy with slow and fast music tempi, respectively, has been reported (Gabrielson & Jusly, 1996; Hevner, 1935, 1936); simple and complex melodies (and regular and irregular rhythms) are associated with positive and negative emotions (Crozier, 1974; Hevner, 1935; Rigg, 1964; Vitz, 1966)...

    F. Riganelloet al. Heart Rate Variability, Emotions, and Music

    • ...Berlyne (1974) demonstrated experimentally that what strikes many as good art typically involves only slight deviation from expectations...
    • ...This principle advocated by Berlyne (1974) applies to counterfactuals as well, whether they are used by artists to influence an audience’s emotions, or if they are used as persuasive arguments to convince someone of a particular point of view...

    Neal J. Roeseet al. The Psychology of Counterfactual Thinking

    • ...This concept of perceptual Xuency is supported by a number of studies showing that fast, Xuent processing of a stimulus results in greater liking of the stimulus (e.g., Berlyne, 1974; Jacoby & Dallas, 1981; Whittlesea, 1993)...

    Amy E. Hayeset al. Self produced and observed actions influence emotion: the roles of act...

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