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Publisher: Imprint Academic

Volume 6, Numbers 6-7, 1 June 1999

Art and the Brain: Editorial introduction
pp. 5-14(10)
Author: Goguen, J.A.

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The science of art: a neurological theory of aesthetic experience
pp. 15-51(37)
Authors: Ramachandran, V.S.; Hirstein, W.

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Peak shift, prototypicality and aesthetic preference
pp. 52-54(3)
Author: Martindale, C.

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It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing
pp. 56-58(3)
Author: Mangan, B.

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Art must move: emotion and the biology of beauty
pp. 59-61(3)
Author: Baars, B.J.

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Of time and beauty
pp. 61-63(3)
Author: Kindy, J.

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A short commentary on ‘The Science of Art’
pp. 64-65(2)
Author: Mitter, P.

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What information is given by a veil?
pp. 65-68(4)
Author: Lanier, J.

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Response to Ramachandran and Hirstein
pp. 68-72(5)
Author: Wallen, R.

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Author's response
pp. 72-75(4)
Author: Ramachandran, V.S.

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Art and the brain
pp. 76-96(21)
Author: Zeki, S.

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The emergence of art and language in the human brain
pp. 97-115(19)
Author: Harth, E.

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On aesthetic perception
pp. 114-160(47)
Author: Brown, J.W.

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Cave art, autism, and the evolution of the human mind
pp. 116-143(28)
Author: Humphrey, N.

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Emotion and phylogeny
pp. 176-190(15)
Author: Cabanac, M.

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Ethics are intrinsic to consciousness science
pp. 202-206(5)
Author: Pickering, J.

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