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In 1982, Rohner and Frampton investigated if there is a relationship in the U.S. between the degree to which adults recall themselves as having been accepted or rejected as children and their current preference for graphic art varying in complexity of design. The researchers found a relationship between these two constructs -the participants' perceived parental acceptance in childhood was associated with a preference for more complex art forms, which differed from their expectations based ondoi:10.1016/s2007-4719(16)30010-2 fatcat:bzmtsu2lgnauph4vtfumxnpwh4