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|Doi . art. abstract||All Rights Reserved artsupsuppinfoA. The participants rated all of the images for a total of five times on the five different scales. Specifically, participants with higher scores for Neuroticism, Extraversion and Openness like abstract artworks more than other artistic styles Furnham and Avison, ; Furnham and Walker, ; Rawlings and Bastian, This suggests that the evaluation of affect of art appears to induce a higher level of attention and arousal in artists than in non-artists Duncan-Johnson and Donchin, ; Polich,with the effect being more evident for AA, art with no semantic content. In line with predictions from developmental cognitive neuroscience, references to the artist as an agent increased between ages 4 and 6 and again between ages 6 and 8, following the development of Theory of Mind. To assess eye blink movement, electrodes were placed above and below the right eye to record the vertical electrooculogram EOG. Google Scholar Berlyne, D.|
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|STREAM DIEUSUCAPIOUNDPREINGOOG DIEUSUCAPIOUNDPREINGOOG DJVU.TXT||We therefore conclude that participants with higher scores for Neuroticism have a different notion of the term complex than participants with lower scores for Neuroticism. Ward, MD, MPH, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, NIH, Building 10 CRC, Room10 Center Drive, Bethesda, MD Automatic attention to emotional stimuli: neural correlates. The N2 appears to index natural selective attention Dolcos and Cabeza, ; Schupp et al. Skills 95 3 Pt 1— All justifications were audio recorded and transcribed for analysis.|
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