Functional specificity and neural integration in the aesthetic appreciation of artworks with implied motion
- Psychology, BiologyThe European journal of neuroscience
FMRI is used to investigate the involvement of different neural networks during aesthetic judgements of visual artworks with implied motion cues and shows suggestive evidence that motion and body‐selective systems may integrate signals via functional connections with a separate neural network in dorsal parietal cortex, which may act as a relay or integration site.
THE MECHANICAL DAUGHTER OF RENE DESCARTES: THE ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF AN INTELLECTUAL FABLE
- ArtModern Intellectual History
This article pursues the origin and mutation of a fantastic story concerning an automaton in the shape of a young girl that was supposedly built by René Descartes. In recent decades it has been…
Human Body Measurements and Clothing Virtual for Men Adult Consumers
The purpose of this approach is to locate and measures the specific dimensions of human body in order to choose the fitted dress for men adult consumer to be more specific system used for men plant or men shopping center.
The biography of cultures: style, objects and agency. Proposal for an interdisciplinary approach
Il est evident que les objets possedent de l’agentivite, mais comment l’acquierent-ils, et quel role jouent leur materiau et leur style ? Est-ce qu’une partie de l’agentivite des objets est liee a…
Works of Art That Refuse to Behave: Agency, Excess, and Material Presence in Canova and Manet
- Art, Psychology
New Literary History publishes essays on topics of theoretical significance within and beyond literary studies. The journal especially welcomes two types of contribution: 1) articles that engage with…
Model Subjects: Representations of the Andaman Islands at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, 1886
This essay provides an analysis of the Andaman Islands exhibit at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition of 1886. It explores the ways in which a display of near-life-size clay models, complete with…
Making Something Out of Next to Nothing: Bartolomeo Cavaceppi and the Major Restorations of Myron's Discobolus
A history of obesity, or how what was good became ugly and then bad.
- MedicineAdvances in chronic kidney disease
An enlarging body of evidence, accrued over the past decade, now indicates a direct association of obesity with chronic kidney disease and its outcomes.