Cognitive Processes in the Perception of Art
W.R. Crozier, A.J. Chapman
Elsevier, Jun 1, 1984 - Psychology - 444 pages
This book reviews progress and describes original research in the cognitive psychology of the arts. The invited contributors are leading authorities, and the topics which they cover include psychological approaches to symbols and meaning in art, issues in experimental aesthetics, the development in children of artistic production and appreciation, and the perception of musical and pictorial material.
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