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Orientation judgment for abstract paintings

Jia Liu, Weiming Dong, Xiaopeng Zhang, Zhiguo Jiang
2015 Multimedia tools and applications  
This encourages us to deal with the problem of orientation judgment for abstract paintings through machine learning.  ...  This is the first work of orientation judgment for abstract paintings through computer simulation, and the results demonstrate the validity of abstract art theories used for feature definition.  ...  As painting orientation is a factor that has relationship with aesthetic value, the judgment and analysis of orientation for abstract paintings help artists to better understand why their paintings are  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-015-3104-5 fatcat:6t63bivxafcrbdtksjgo34foz4

A deep-learning framework for human perception of abstract art composition

Pierre Lelièvre, Peter Neri
2021 Journal of Vision  
Humans can perform this task, even for abstract paintings.  ...  Interestingly, the more abstract the painting, the more our model relies on extended spatial integration of cues, a property supported by deeper layers.  ...  For example, when we say that model performance matches human performance for orienting abstract art, we mean that out of 100 abstract paintings, the model responds on average as correctly as the human  ... 
doi:10.1167/jov.21.5.9 pmid:33974037 pmcid:PMC8114002 fatcat:zecf7pmnkbgizg3wxtkf5737am

An Oblique Effect in Aesthetics: Homage to Mondrian (1872–1944)

Richard Latto, Douglas Brain, Brian Kelly
2000 Perception  
This extends an earlier study by Lindauer (1969) who found a preference for the original orientation in a set of rotated abstract paintings by artists (Davis, De Kooning, and Pollock) with a much less  ...  Figure 2 shows the mean ratings for each orientation of the paintings.  ... 
doi:10.1068/p2352 pmid:11145089 fatcat:4caehbm73nd37gtqf7ow7y54pi

Perceptual, semantic and affective dimensions of experience of abstract and representational paintings

Slobodan Markovic
2011 Psihologija  
In this study the difference between representational and abstract paintings in judgments on perceptual, semantic and affective dimensions was investigated.  ...  On the other hand, abstract paintings have higher judgments on the perceptual dimension of Color, the semantic dimensions of Construction of Reality (the opposite pole of the Illusion of Reality) and Expression  ...  Some of these studies were focused on the perceptual aspect of the experience of abstract and representational paintings, such as the sensitivity for the paintings orientation or mirror inversion (Hekkert  ... 
doi:10.2298/psi1103191m fatcat:djy57acifvetfoxtd6gapggco4

Page 455 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 40, Issue 5 [page]

1966 Psychological Abstracts  
Judgments of “correct” were chiefly based on whether the painting had minimal familiarity, i.e., had been unchanged in orientation on the Ist 2 showings.  ...  On 3rd showing, Ss judged whether a painting was in the “correct” artist- intended orientation.  ... 

Page 1099 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 68, Issue 5 [page]

1982 Psychological Abstracts  
Painting judgments were little affected by the presence of music.  ...  Music judgments were, however, more affected by the presence of paintings, especially by the complex paintings with high activity levels that were possibly acting as significant distractors. (9 ref) —Journal  ... 

The world can look better: enhancing beauty experience with brain stimulation

Zaira Cattaneo, Carlotta Lega, Albert Flexas, Marcos Nadal, Enric Munar, Camilo J. Cela-Conde
2013 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
Aesthetic appreciation is part of our everyday life: it is a subjective judgment we make when looking at a painting, a landscape, orin factat another person.  ...  Neuroimaging and electrophysiological evidence suggests that the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) plays a critical role in aesthetic judgments.  ...  The lower panel shows abstract exemplars (from left to right: an abstract painting and an abstract design.  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nst165 pmid:24132459 pmcid:PMC4221210 fatcat:boymykcsprfktiss7rysgxdjj4

Page 62 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 41, Issue 1 [page]

1967 Psychological Abstracts  
Newcomb’s theory of “‘co-orientation” is criticized for suggesting that empirical study might furnish more data about co-orientation as a property of the universe manifest in communicative acts.  ...  —An empirical test was made of the relation of self-consistency to strength of the esthetic value in determining esthetic judgments. 25 under- graduate Ss responded to 24 paintings.  ... 

The Dark Tetrad and aesthetic preferences: The role of the dark side of personality in the aesthetic preference for paintings

Lana Tucaković, Slobodan Marković
2021 Primenjena psihologija  
(religious, abstract, oriental, violence, and landscape).  ...  It was shown, based on looking at zero-order correlations that only narcissism positively correlates with the preference for paintings with violent motives.  ...  Preference for abstract paintings - 2. Preference for landscape paintings .42 ** - 3. Preference for religious paintings .14 .26 ** - 4. Preference for oriental paintings .37 ** .49 ** .42 ** - 5.  ... 
doi:10.19090/pp.2021.4.443-463 fatcat:gcmqtwetanbm3c3voo2hkjonsu

The differential power of extraneous influences to modify aesthetic judgments of biological and artifactual stimuli

Giacomo Bignardi, Tomohiro Ishizu, Semir Zeki
2020 PsyCh Journal  
paintings with no recognizable objects (which sit in the artifactual category).  ...  the extent to which external information is capable of modifying aesthetic ratings given to two different categories of stimuli-images of faces (which belong to the biological category) and those of abstract  ...  We tried to minimize the latter by restricting our category of artifactual objects to modern abstract paintings, and ask subjects to give their rating on the basis of the whole painting.  ... 
doi:10.1002/pchj.415 pmid:33295099 fatcat:fpix3ow7urfprkha4cbxti2p2y

Page 652 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 48, Issue 4 [page]

1972 Psychological Abstracts  
—Studied the perception of abstract art using 54 paintings by Davis, Pollock, and DeKooning. In Study I, artists and nonartists indicated their preferred orien- tation for the paintings.  ...  Also discussed are technological require- ments for operational ranging devices and future plans for an inflight evaluation of methods for flare range estimation.—Journal abstract. 6149.  ... 

Prediction of beauty and liking ratings for abstract and representational paintings using subjective and objective measures

David M. Sidhu, Katrina H. McDougall, Shaela T. Jalava, Glen E. Bodner, Jonathan Jong
2018 PLoS ONE  
Prediction was much better for our subjective than objective predictors, and much better for our representational than abstract paintings.  ...  For abstract paintings, liking ratings were much more predictable than beauty ratings. Implications and directions for future research are discussed.  ...  Why is the prediction of aesthetic judgments better for subjective ratings than for objective measures? Why is prediction better for representational paintings than for abstract paintings?  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0200431 pmid:29979779 pmcid:PMC6034882 fatcat:4onckffvvrayph3kjyvqssq6ju

Page 526 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 38, Issue 4 [page]

1964 Psychological Abstracts  
of the paintings.  ...  —Journal abstract. 986. Unger, Sentend M. (National Inst. Health, Bethesda, Md.) Habituation of the vaso- constrictive orienting reaction. Journal of Expei al Ps\ holoq\ 1964, 67(1 ), 11-18.  ... 

Kandinsky or Me? How Free Is the Eye of the Beholder in Abstract Art?

Doris I. Braun, Katja Doerschner
2019 i-Perception  
The perceived lateral position of the balance point systematically affected the left-right orientation preference for a given painting.  ...  For spatial perception, we asked participants (a) to determine the "balance point" of an artwork and (b) to indicate their preferences for the original or left-right reversed orientation of previously  ...  We also thank all our participants for their careful judgments; Florian Schiller for technical support; Annelie G€ ohler for help with testing; Jing Chen and Jing Huan for their assistance to contact Chinese  ... 
doi:10.1177/2041669519867973 pmid:31565211 pmcid:PMC6755862 fatcat:rrhhrt6a7jftvownafrqeqe6bm

Kandinsky or me? How free is the eye of the beholder in abstract art?

Doris Braun, Katja Dörschner
2017 Journal of Vision  
The perceived lateral position of the balance point systematically affected the left-right orientation preference for a given painting.  ...  For spatial perception, we asked participants (a) to determine the "balance point" of an artwork and (b) to indicate their preferences for the original or left-right reversed orientation of previously  ...  We also thank all our participants for their careful judgments; Florian Schiller for technical support; Annelie G€ ohler for help with testing; Jing Chen and Jing Huan for their assistance to contact Chinese  ... 
doi:10.1167/17.10.1178 fatcat:4rb74c264nh3rcgtpn3rdxc46y
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