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Aesthetics and Neurosciences : Scientific and Artistic Perspectives

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Aesthetics and Neurosciences : Scientific and Artistic Perspectives
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Aesthetics and Neurosciences
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Scientific and Artistic Perspectives
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Aesthetics and Neurosciences : Scientific and Artistic Perspectives
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- Neuroscience of Creativity -- 1 The Vestibular System and Artistic Painting: A Theoretical Framework for the Study of Multi-modal Interactions in Aesthetic Experience of Painting and Painting Viewing -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Vestibular Physiology: A Brief Overview -- Vestibular Pathophysiology -- From the Artistâ{u0080}{u0099}s Point of View: Painting, Movement and Vestibular Dysfunction -- From the Viewerâ{u0080}{u0099}s Perspective: Seeing and Moving -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Heuraesthesia: When Synaesthesia Fertilizes the Mind -- Abstract -- The White Noise of the Universe -- Shape Emerges from Probability -- Synaesthesia: An Aesthetics of Probable Shape -- Heuraesthesia: An Aesthetics of Discovery -- Scientific Heuraesthesia -- Artistic Heuraesthesia -- Generalization -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Dyslexia, Education and Creativity, a Cross-Cultural Study -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Materials and Methods -- Participants -- Tests of Creativity -- Data Analysis -- Results -- Effect of the University on the Creativity of Students -- Dyslexia and Creativity -- Effect of the School on the Creativity of Dyslexic Children and Teenagers -- Influence of Age in Creativity -- Comparison of Creativity in Children with Dyslexia and/or Other Associated Dysfunctions -- Comparison of Creativity in Belgian Dyslexic Children and Teenagers with Creativity in Art Students -- Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Neurophysiology of the Artworksâ{u0080}{u0099} Observer -- 4 The Theatrical Stage Setting: A Tool for Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuroscience -- Abstract -- Theatre: The Emergence of a New Reality -- Cognitive Processes -- Neural Correlates -- Surprise! -- Meta Phenomenon -- References -- 5 Aesthetic Impact of Anthropomorphic Figures in Art: The Case of Facial Expressions -- Abstract
  • The Expressiveness of Anthropomorphic Representations and Their Reception -- Overview -- Expressiveness Through Faces -- From Face Perception to Anthropomorphic Figure Reception -- Facial Expressions in Artistic, Historical and Ethnographic Investigations -- Interdisciplinary Reflection on the Impact of Anthropomorphic Representations -- Insights from an Experimental Pilot Study -- Materials and Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- Conclusion and Future Perspectives -- References -- 6 How Art and Neuroscience Fell for Each Other -- Abstract -- Did We, Humans, Evolve for Art? -- Does Our Brain Enjoy Art? -- Does Our Mind/Body Play with Artwork? -- References -- Understanding and Enhancing Art Experiences -- 7 Spectating Myriam Gourfinkâ{u0080}{u0099}s Dances -- Transdisciplinary Explorations -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Experiencing Myriam Gourfinkâ{u0080}{u0099}s Dance Work -- Dance Perception and Reception: Dialogue Between Cognitive Sciences and Aesthetics -- The Labodanse Project -- The Labodanse Credo -- The Artist as Co-researcher -- Humanities and Cognitive Sciences Moving Together -- Qualitative and Quantitative Data: Articulating First and Third Person Perspectives -- â{u0080}{u009C}In Vivoâ{u0080}{u009D} and â{u0080}{u009C}In Situâ{u0080}{u009D} -- A Sketch of the Different Components of the Project -- Quantifying the Transformative Impact of Spectating -- Quantifying the Present: Subjective and Physiological Measures During Performance -- Physiological Data -- Subjective Online Data Collection -- Quantifying the Right After: Labodanse Questionnaire -- Open Questions and Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 8 Interactive Experiences Shape the Perception of an Artistic Performance: Evidence from Eye Movements and Physiological Measures -- Abstract -- General Introduction -- Background -- Aim of the Study -- Methods -- Participants -- Design -- Procedure
  • Gaze and Neurophysiological Measurements -- Data Analysis -- Results -- Gaze Data -- Duration of Fixations (Fig. 4) -- Number of Fixations (Fig. 5) -- Amplitude of Saccades (Fig. 6) -- EDA Data (Fig. 7) -- Impact of the Level of Art Expertise -- Relation Between Changes in Fixation Duration, Fixation Number, Saccade Amplitude, and EDA -- Questionnaires Assessing Anxiety and Self-esteem -- Summary of Findings -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 9 Variations in Visual Exploration and Physiological Reactions During Art Perception When Children Visit the Museum with a Mobile Electronic Guide -- Abstract -- General Introduction -- Background -- Aim of the Study -- Methods -- Participants -- Technical Setup -- Procedure -- Results -- Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Training and Teaching Through Art and Neuroscience -- 10 Steps Towards the Art of Placing Science in the Acting Practice. A Performance-Neuroscience Perspective -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Actorsâ{u0080}{u0099} Daily Practice: Some Empirical Background -- The â{u0080}{u0098}Performerâ{u0080}{u0099}s Cognitionâ{u0080}{u0099} Workshop -- Actor Training Challenges -- Neuroscientific Reflections -- The Exercise, The Science, and The Actor Scientist -- The 8 Steps Exercise -- Basic Rules -- Initial Constraints -- What Is a Good Exercise? -- Neuroscientific Foundations -- Mirror Neuron Mechanism -- Performative Body Schema -- The Actor Scientist -- Conclusion/Outlook -- References -- 11 Art, Mathematics, Pedagogy -- Abstract -- Artworks and Mathematics as Representations -- Artworks Serving Pedagogy -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 12 Percepts & Parameters, a Prospective Approach of Architectural Materiality -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Perception: Gesture, Tools Versus Instrument -- Quantifying a Subtle Significant Through Perceptive Measurements -- Parametrizing via Abductive Fictions
  • Fiction as Practice -- Inputs and Outputs: Matter Embodiments -- Matter Poetics as Structural Stance -- Form Follows Fiction -- Conclusions -- References -- Neuroscientific Inspiration for Artists -- 13 Paintings as Complex Dynamic Systems -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Matrice Active: The Artistic Stakes -- The Description of the Projet Matrice Active -- The Derivation with Kandinsky -- From Picture to System -- The Technical Development Interface -- The Analysis of the Viewerâ{u0080}{u0099}s Status -- Towards New Perceptual Behaviors -- References -- 14 Time: Active or Passive -- Abstract -- Four Different Times -- Itâ{u0080}{u0099}s Time -- Time Value -- Tweet Time -- Art and Science Collaboration -- 15 â{u0080}{u009C}The Experiencing Bodyâ{u0080}{u009D}, for a Combination of Movements -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The Art/Science Couple, Weirdness of Two Poetries -- Spatial Experience -- Ecology of Perception -- Art Performance and Space Experiment -- The Breakwater -- The Spatial Experiment of the Regard/Through the Look -- The Atmospheric Body -- The Listening Body -- Standing Still -- Spiral as Fundamental Movement -- Gesture, Movement, Trajectory -- Winding as a Dynamics of the Whirling Movement -- Presence, Movement and Their Representations -- Meeting of Symbolic Systems -- Between Perception and Representation -- Exploratory and Poetic Gesture -- On Knowledge in Art, by the Exercise of Art -- Sensitive Impressions: Practice and Empiricism -- Making and Unmaking Models, the Plastic Energy at Work -- Dynamic of a Meeting Space -- Order and Disorder, Chance and Predictability -- Spiral of Time and Announced Disappearance (Hantu n° 18-Kegaska) -- Conclusion -- References -- Modeling and Naturalizing Aesthetics -- 16 An Introduction on Formal and Computational Models in Popular Music Analysis and Generation -- Abstract -- Introduction
  • Geometric Representations of Musical Structures and Processes -- Circular Representations and Tonnetze for Popular Music -- Conclusions and Perspectives for Future Research -- References -- 17 The Evolution of Aesthetics: A Review of Models -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Beauty: An Indicator of Quality -- Landscapes -- Faces -- Cues, Indices and Honest Signalling -- Fisherâ{u0080}{u0099}s Model of Aesthetic Preferences -- Sexual Selection Without Natural Selection -- Fisherâ{u0080}{u0099}s Model and Darwinian Aesthetics -- Exploitative Beauty -- Universal Beauty -- The Efficient Processing Theory of Aesthetics -- Form Processing -- Content and Context Processing -- Benefits and Rewards of Efficiently Processed Stimuli -- The Exploitation of Efficient Processing -- Pleasure, Desire and Disinterestedness -- Conclusions -- References -- 18 Philosophical Aesthetics and Neuroaesthetics: A Common Future? -- Abstract -- Naturalization of the Experience of the Beautiful: Methodological and Epistemological Pitfalls -- The Sublime Enables a Less Problematic Naturalization -- Upstream and Downstream Aesthetic Categories -- Conclusion
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