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The psychology of art and the evolution of the conscious brain

Autor: Robert L Solso
Editora: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2003.
Séries: MIT Press/Bradford Books series in cognitive psychology.
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"How did the human brain evolve so that art and an appreciation of art could develop? In The Psychology of Art and the Evolution of the Conscious Brain, Robert Solso describes how a consciousness that evolved for other purposes perceives and creates art." "Drawing on his earlier book Cognition and the Visual Arts and ten years of new findings in cognitive research (as well as new ideas in anthropology and art  Ler mais...
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Tipo de Material: Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento: Livro, Recurso Internet
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Robert L Solso
ISBN: 0262194848 9780262194846 0262693321 9780262693325
Número OCLC: 51566295
Descrição: xv, 278 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Conteúdos: Introduction : Art...a tutorial --
Nativistic perception and directed perception --
Nativistic perception applied to the Raft --
Directed perception applied to the Raft --
Nude descending a staircase no. 2 --
Rebound --
Art meets science --
1. Art and the rise of consciousness --
Changes in science, changes in art --
Traditional ways of understanding art : psychophysical dualism --
Art and mind : a unitary view --
The evolution of art and the consciousness --
The rise of consciousness as a scientific topic --
AWAREness : the five facets of consciousness --
From nucleotides to Newton --
2. Art and evolution --
The "new and improved" brain and technology, art, language, and culture --
Neanderthals, cro-magnons, and dogs that can't hunt --
The cognitive "big bang" --
The cognitive blueprint --
Environmental and dietary changes --
Brains and adaptation --
The evolution of the brain --
3. Art and vision --
Visual AWAREness --
Seeing the brain and eye : the dynamic properties of vision --
The eye --
Beautiful colors --
From the eye to the brain --
The visual system and the perception of art --
4. Art and the brain --
The evolution of the consciously AWARE brain --
The cognitive big bang and the emergence of art --
What brains do --
"Raphael's brain" --
5. About face --
Faces are special in art --
Domain specificity and faces --
What the portrait artist's brain "sees" --
The face as a reflection of the "inner person" --
6. Illusions : sensory, cognitive, and artistic --
Sensory illusions : truth or fiction? --
Cognitive illusions : twisting truth --
Visual illusions --
Artistic illusions --
First-order isomorphism and proto-isomorphism --
7. Perspective : the art of illusion --
Seeing a 3D world with a 2D eye --
Principles of depth perception : where is it ? --
Recumbent figures : why they are so hard to draw --
8. Art and schemata --
Schemata --
Visual dissonance --
Canonic representations --
Representational art, abstract art --
A cognitive neuroscience theory of aesthetics.
Título da Série: MIT Press/Bradford Books series in cognitive psychology.
Responsabilidade: Robert L. Solso.

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Fun to read and encyclopedic in its range, the book should be of interest to scholars in many disciplines. -- V. S. Ramachandran Science

 
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