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Speakers and Abstracts

By clicking on the titles you can download a pdf file containing an abstract of the talk or poster. All speakers and poster presenters are listed alphabetically. To see the program schedule click here

Speakers

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.

Anjan Chatterjee (University of Pennsylvania): Visual neuroaesthetics: Principles and practice.

Julia F. Christensen (Universitat de les Illes Balears): Aesthetic preference for dance movements in different cultures.

Mathias Clasen (Aarhus University): Biocultural horror story.

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.

Thomas Jacobsen (University of Leipzig): Aesthetic judgments of beauty.

Stefan Koelsch (University of Sussex): What makes music pleasant and unpleasant? Perspectives from neuroscience and cross-cultural studies.

Jon O. Lauring (University of Copenhagen): Theoretical neuroaesthetics: Implications for models and experiments.

Helmut Leder (University of Vienna): Why do we like art? Psychological explanations.

David Miall (University of Alberta): The neuropsychology of literariness.

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.

Robert Pepperell (Artist): The perception of art and the science of perception.

Christoph Redies (University of Jena School of Medicine): 1/f2 characteristics and isotropy in Fourier transforms of visual art and other image categories.

William P. Seeley (Bates College): A visuomotor model for energetic costs effects in picture perception.

Martin Skov (Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre & CBS): Evidence for a process theory account of aesthetic valuation.

Christa Sütterlin (The Max-Planck-Society): On the backlashes of art on the human condition.

Edward Vessel (NYU Center for Neural Science): This is your brain on art.

Dahlia W. Zaidel (UCLA): Art, beauty, brain and neuropsychology.

 

Poster session

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