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Speakers and Abstracts
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Elvira Brattico (University of Helsinki): The neural correlates of the aesthetic experience of music.
Beatriz Calvo-Merino (City University London & University College London): Neuroaesthetics of performing arts: A sensorimotor approach.
Julia F. Christensen (Universitat de les Illes Balears): Aesthetic preference for dance movements in different cultures.
Ellen Dissanayake (University of Washington): Proto-aesthetic responses in hominins of the early Pleistocene.
Karl Gramme r (Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institute for Urban Ethology): Darwinian aesthetics: Perfect faces, perfect bodies, perfect genes? An evolutionary psychological approach to beauty.
Torben Grodal (University of Copenhagen): Audiovisual salience, PECMA aesthetics, and the dopaminergic seeking system.
Andrea R. Halpern (Bucknell University): Major-minor perception by musicians and nonmusicians.
Alumit Ishai (University of Zürich): Neural correlates of object indeterminacy in art compositions.
Jon O. Lauring (University of Copenhagen): Theoretical neuroaesthetics: Implications for models and experiments.
Marcos Nadal (Universitat de les Illes Balears): Towards a clarification of complexity's influence on the appreciation of beauty.
John Onians (University of East Anglia): A neuroarthistorical approach to the nineteenth century.
Christoph Redies (University of Jena School of Medicine): 1/f2 characteristics and isotropy in Fourier transforms of visual art and other image categories.
Martin Skov (Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre & CBS): Evidence for a process theory account of aesthetic valuation.
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