Have you ever wondered what the millions of neurons in your brain are doing when you ponder a favorite piece of art?
How Does a View of Nature Gain Its Gloss of Beauty?
Aesthetically appealing art increases creative inspiration
Ilkay successfully defended her thesis!
VisNA lab members met to congratulate Laura on finishing her Masters, and wish her well as she starts her PhD
The Aesthetic Responsiveness Assessment (AReA) paper is now out in Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts. https://doi.org/10.1037/aca0000348
The VisNA lab hosted a Virtual Neuroaesthetics Social event at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society's (CNS) annual meeting.
This biannual International Association of Empirical Aesthetics (IAEA) conference has been postponed to September, 2021.
Arte.tv featured VisNA Lab members in a recent episode of Xenius entitled Ästhetik.
The science communication website Latest Thinking has published a video featuring Edward Vessel entitled How Do Aesthetic Experiences Function in the Brain?
An Innovative Approach to Measuring Aesthetic Enjoyment
Let’s take a look at visual perception
New Study Points to Universal Code in Our Brains for What We Find Beautiful
In August 2019, the VisNA Lab headed to Leuven, Belgium for a conference double-header: VSAC and ECVP.
In May, the VisNA Lab presented work at the Vision Sciences Society (VSS) annual meeting in Florida.
Research in the VisNA lab will be featured in a Kulturplatz show on Schweizer Fernsehen (Swiss TV).
Dr. Vessel will be acting as a judge at the Deutsche Neurowissenschaften Olympiade on May 11 in Frankfurt
Dynamics of aesthetic experience are reflected in the default-mode network
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