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9th Vienna Aesthetics Symposium: The nature of aesthetic experience - in and out of the museum

Mag. David Brieber, Cognitive Science Research Platform and Department of Basic Psychological Research and Research Methods, University of Vienna, Austria

The experience of art in the museum

Prof. Stefano Mastandrea, Department of Education, University of Rome Tre, Italy

Comparing visitors’ experience in museums of different art styles in a National and International perspective

Prof. Raphael Rosenberg, Department of Art History, University of Vienna, Austria

What can art historians learn from eye-tracking?

 

In cooperation with/sponsored by

WWTF

Cognitive Science Research Platform

EVA Lab


8th Vienna Aesthetics Symposium: Current trends in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Aesthetics

 

Dr. Oshin Vartanian, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto, CA

Lovely Curves: Exploring the Reasons for our Preference for Round Objects

Dr. Martin Skov, Center for Decision Neuroscience, Copenhagen Business School, DK/Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, DK

Anatomy of sensory valuation

 

 

In cooperation with/sponsored by

WWTF

FWF-Der Wissenschaftsfonds

Cognitive Science Research Platform

EVA Lab

 


7th Vienna Aesthetics Symposium: Art History and Cognitive Research

 

Prof. Dr. Ladislav Kesner, Department of Art History, Masaryk University, CZ

Affective response to visual art work: bridging art theory/aesthetics and neuroscience

 

Prof. Dr. Christoph Wagner, Department of Art History, University of Regensburg, D

Mapping the innocent Eye. Art History in the Age of Neurosciences

This talk was cancelled due to illness

 

Prof. Dr. Raphael Rosenberg & Mag. Johanna Aufreiter, Department of Art History, University of Vienna, AT

Eye-tracking in Art History: The Vienna Projects

 

Dr. Marcos Nadal, Mag. Michael Forster & Prof. Dr. Helmut Leder, Institut für Psychologische Grundlagenforschung und Forschungsmethoden, University of Vienna, AT

Eye movements in Empirical Aesthetics

 

In cooperation with/sponsored by

WWTF

FWF-Der Wissenschaftsfonds

Cognitive Science Research Platform
Visuelle Kulturgeschichte - Kulturen und Medien des Visuellen


6th Vienna Aesthetics Symposium: Bilder zeigen Selbst

Prof. Dr. Richard Hoppe-Sailer, Kunstgeschichtliches Institut, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, D

Bilder lesen – Bilder sehen. Einige Anmerkungen zu bildtheoretischen Fragen.

Dr. Aglaja Przyborski, Institut für Psychologische Grundlagenforschung und Forschungsmethoden, Universität Wien, A und Prof. Dr. Ralf Bohnsack, Arbeitsbereich Qualitative Bildforschung, Freie Universität Berlin, D

Ikonik, Habitus, Pose.

Prof. Dr. Jo Reichertz, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Universität Duisburg-Essen, D

Der bildliche Ausdruck als vertextbare Kommunikation? Überlegungen zur Gültigkeit von Fotoanalysen.

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Straub, Lehrstuhl für Sozialtheorie und Sozialpsychologie, Ruhr, Universität Bochum, D

Sehen mit eigenen Augen. Psychologische Annotationen zur Kulturalität und Personalität ikonischen Verstehens.

Prof. Dr. Hartmut Böhme, Institut für Kulturwissenschaft, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, D

Wissen über Bilder – Wissen durch Bilder.


5th Vienna Aesthetics Symposium: Psychology and Art-Historical Dimensions

Prof. Dr. Rolf Reber, Department of Biological and Medical Psychology, University of Bergen, NO

The artful mind meets art and history: A new framework for empirical aesthetics

Prof. Dr. Rapahel Rosenberg, Department of Art History, University of Vienna, A

Do models and frameworks help to understand art?

Prof. Dr. Helmut Leder, Department of Basic Psychological Research and Research Methods, University of Vienna, A

What is an aesthetic experience?

Mag. Gesche Westphal-Fitch, Department of Cognitive Biology, University of Vienna, A

Fechner revisited: Towards an inclusive approach to aesthetics

Prof. Chris McManus, Department of Psychology, University College London, UK

"The anti-developmental, the anti-narrative, the anti-historical": Mondrian as a model for studying experimental aesthetics

Dr. Marcos Nadal Roberts, University of the Balearic Islands, ES

But aren't we already doing it? Cognitive and neural underpinnings of the influence of context and knowledge on appreciation

Dr. Daniel Graham, Department of Basic Psychological Research and Research Methods, University of Vienna, A

Integrating Holism and Reductionism in the Science of Art Perception


4th Vienna Aesthetics Symposium: Neuroaesthetics

Prof. Dr. Anjan Chatterjee, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Neuropsychology of art: From qualitative to quantitative approaches

Martin Skov, MA, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, DK
The relation between liking and perception: It is more complex than we thought

Daniel Graham, PhD, Department of Psychological Basic Research, University of Vienna, A
Aesthetic stimuli: A window to human visual perception

Dipl.-Ing. Jana Machajdik, Institute of Computer Aided Automation, Vienna University of Technology, A
Affective image classification using features inspired by psychology and art theory

a.o. Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Robert Sablatnig, Institute of Computer Aided Automation, Vienna University of Technology, A
Can computer vision solve problems in arts?


3rd Vienna Aesthetics Symposium: Art, Language, and Design

Prof. Dr. Arthur Jacobs, FU Berlin, DE
Towards a neurocognitive model of affective and aesthetic responses in reading

Prof. Dr. Chris MacManus, University College London, School of Life and Medical Sciences, UK
'A precise organisation of forms': Evaluating Arnheim's theory of composition using photography

Prof. Dr. Thomas Jacobsen, Helmut Schmidt University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg, DE
Neurocognitive psychology of aesthetics

Prof. Dr. Paul Hekkert, Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, NL
Everyday aesthetic preference: A battle of impulses


2nd Vienna Aesthetics Symposium: Eye Movement in Art Perception

Prof. Dr. Paul Locher, Montclair State University, U.S.
What does visual exploration of an artwork add to a viewer's immediate reaction to it?

Dr. Stephen Johnston,
Bangor University, U.K.
Preference and prior information: Eye tracking and fMRI studies of aesthetics

Prof. Dr. Christoph Klein, Bangor University, U.K.

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Raphael Rosenberg, Universität Wien

Seeing for speaking - Studying gaze movements in art experts and laypersons

Prof. Dr. Jeffrey K. Smith, University of Otago, NZ
Prof. Dr. Lisa F. Smith, University of Otago, NZ
Aesthetics, art museums, astronomy and the potential role of eye movement research

Dr. Marcos Nadal, University of the Balearic Islands, ES
The interplay between bottom-up and top-down processes in the perception of artistic and non-artistic visual stimuli: Informational context and complexity

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