Poster Presentation Guidelines

Dear Colleagues,

Just a couple of notes for poster authors.

Posters will be presented in two different sessions on Saturday 25th: one in the morning (from 11.00 to 12.00) and one during the afternoon (from 15.35 to 16.35). All posters should be put up before 10.00. You will find your number and poster title already affixed to your panel. Since the numbers have changed due to some slight program changes, we invite you to double-check your session assignation on the following list. Thanks for your cooperation.

Saturday Morning:

1 Miriam Ruess, Sonja Ehret, Joana Post, and Roland Thomaschke – The influence of room architecture on the perception of time

3 Ute Leonards and Emily Barnett – Graffiti Street Art – the impact of environmental context on perceived aesthetics and neighbourhood liveability

5 Haruyuki Kojima, Suguru Hashimoto and Manila Vannucci – Aesthetic judgment of Western and East-Asian buildings: behavioral and electrophysiological evidence

7 Emika Okumura, Shinichi Koyama and Toshimasa Yamanaka – Frequency analysis of words in the text of architecture magazines related to the sensibility of visual dynamics

9 Alessandro Soranzo and Jie Gao – Individual differences in aesthetic preferences for Interactive Objects: a Q-methodology study

11 Uwe Christian Fischer, Jelisaweta Vlasova, Claus-Christian Carbon, and Stefan A. Ortlieb – Coping with kitsch? People with different coping-styles respond differently to decorative everyday objects

13 Marius Hans Raab, Feliciana Wolff and Claus-Christian Carbon – Character design in video game art: Stereotypical facial aesthetics elicits emotional distress in morally demanding situations

15 Pinaki Gayen, Junmoni Borgohain, and Priyadarshi Patnaik – The influence of music on art making: An exploration of inter-medial connection between music interpretation and visual attribute depiction in figurative paintings

17 Slobodan Marković and Katarina Rančić – The affective and perceptual aspects of music- paintings congruence

19 Catherine Viengkham and Branka Spehar – Fractal-scaling properties predict individual preferences across synthetic images and art

21 Dragan Jankovic: Aesthetic development – Perception-to-cognition shift in the criteria of aesthetic evaluation of visual artworks

23 Oliver Toskovic – Are angels spherical? Aesthetic experience in a field of perceptual forces

25 Felix Binder, Aenne Brielmann, and Joerg Fingerhut – The Golden Ratio is not always preferred in art

27 Vicente Estrada, Anjan Chatterjee, Stacey Humphries, and Markus Müller – Both artworks and computer-generated images with equivalent physical properties evoke similar aesthetic subjective judgements

29 Anya Hurlbert, Mitchell Van Zuijlen, Cristina Spoiala, and Maarten Wijntjes – Painting the time of day: colour determines perceived circadian phase in visual art

31 Jan Koenderink, Andrea van Doorn and Karl Gegenfurtner – Colour symmetries

33 Arefe Sarami, Johan Wagemans and Reza Afhami – The effect of perceptual organization on perception of an abstract painting by Kazimir Malevich

35 Shinichi Koyama, Shiho Sasano, Manami Furuno, Emika Okumura, and Toshimasa Yamanaka – Disgust to the cluster of dots (trypophobia) is mediated by arm-likeness of the background object

37 Olga Daneyko, Elena Sessi, Rossana Actis-Grosso, and Daniele Zavagno: When you look upon a star: The perception of glance direction in classic Hollywood portraits

39 Leon Lou – Head-to-mirror proportion error decreases in self-portraits that include background objects

41 Maria Elisa Della Torre, Daniele Zavagno, and Rossana Actis-Grosso – Do Asperger individuals perceive E-Motions in artworks?

43 Camilla Martina Succi, Olga Daneyko, and Daniele Zavagno – The Mona Lisa effect? It works with distance

45 Pranjali Kulkarni and Leslee Lazar – Capturing the translation of artist’s philosophy in neo tantric abstract visual art

 

Saturday Afternoon:

2 Richard Jedon, Federica Casetti, Elnaz Ghazi, Natalia Olszewska, Leonardo Poli, Antonio Sorrentino, and Nour Tawil – Neurophenomenological approach to architectural design

4 Bilge Sayim and Ivana Franke – Towards a Phenomenology of the Unknown: ‘Impossible’ Objects in a Contemporary Art Installation

6 Inna Rozentsvit and Silvio Wolf: Art-Eco-Wellness – Art and nature through the lens of visual science and neuropsychoanalysis

8 Sarah Heiligensetzer, Thorsten Schmittlutz, and Claus-Christian Carbon- Creativity and Complexity: Creative solutions are more complex but need also more time

10 Sandra Utz, Amelie Reichenbecker, and Claus-Christian Carbon – Evaluation of dynamic preferences using the Repeated Evaluation Technique (RET) – The impact of innovation, complexity, attractiveness, and personality on the perception of fashion

12 Katerina Malakhova: Creating images based on individual visual preferences

14 Katja Thömmes – Predicting Instagram Likes with image features concerning content and composition

16 Liliana Albertazzi, Luisa Canal, Paolo Chistè, Iacopo Hachen, and Rocco Micciolo – Synesthesia and ideasthesia at the crossroads: Kandinsky and Schönberg as a case study

18 Jelena Blanuša and Slobodan Marković – Aesthetic appraisal of curviness and angularity in abstract paintings

20 Eline Van Geert and Johan Wagemans – Aesthetics and good Gestalt: a close but complex relationship?

22 Jelisaweta Vlasova, Uwe C. Fischer, Claus-Christian Carbon, and Stefan Ortlieb – Home sweet home: Is kitsch more popular with people who value security over arousal?

24 Giacomo Bignardi, Dirk Ja Smit and Tinca Jc Polderman – Genetic influences on visual aesthetic preferences: Towards a new etiological perspective in visual empirical aesthetics

26 George Mather – The fractal dimension of modern art

28 Marina Iosifyan – Understanding Intentions and Aesthetic Appreciation of Cinema

30 Andrea van Doorn, Jan Koenderink, and Johan Wagemans – Lost edges

32 Rob van Lier and Vebjørn Ekroll: Amodal presence and absence in visual art – Magritte, Baldessari, Catalano, Picasso

34 Marco Bertamini and Letizia Palumbo – Can a preference for smooth curvature be explained by visual system tuning to smoothness in shape processing?

36 Francesca Siri, Martina Ardizzi, Francesca Ferroni, Maria Alessandra Umiltà, and Vittorio Gallese – The emotional sides of Portraits and Self-Portraits

38 Andjela Keljanovic and Tijana Todic-Jaksic – Relation of physical self-concept with the experience of attractiveness and femininity of own body

40 Tobias Matthias Schneider and Claus-Christian Carbon: One Thousand and One Selfies – About the rules, specificities and curiosity of selfies and the impact on attractiveness, sympathy and perceived competence

42 Neil Harrison – Grid lines improve the accuracy of face depiction for novice drawers

44 Kaori Segawa, Ayako Osaki and Katsuaki Sakata – Spectral analysis of historical dyed textile

46 Wendy Sloan – Art as a reflection of reality: the same intuitive truths repeated across semiotic representations

 

Kindest regards,
Daniele and Rossana

 

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