Effects of Context and Genuineness in the Experience of Art

  title={Effects of Context and Genuineness in the Experience of Art},
  author={Susanne Gr{\"u}ner and Eva Specker and Helmut Leder},
  journal={Empirical Studies of the Arts},
  pages={138 - 152}
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