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Moshe Bar, Maital Neta. Psychol Sci 2006
Times Cited: 142







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559 articles co-cited >1



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Processing fluency and aesthetic pleasure: is beauty in the perceiver's processing experience?
Rolf Reber, Norbert Schwarz, Piotr Winkielman. Pers Soc Psychol Rev 2004
451
27

Preference for Curvature: A Historical and Conceptual Framework.
Gerardo Gómez-Puerto, Enric Munar, Marcos Nadal. Front Hum Neurosci 2016
32
75

Do observers like curvature or do they dislike angularity?
Marco Bertamini, Letizia Palumbo, Tamara Nicoleta Gheorghes, Mai Galatsidas. Br J Psychol 2016
35
65

Impact of contour on aesthetic judgments and approach-avoidance decisions in architecture.
Oshin Vartanian, Gorka Navarrete, Anjan Chatterjee, Lars Brorson Fich, Helmut Leder, Cristián Modroño, Marcos Nadal, Nicolai Rostrup, Martin Skov. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2013
62
37

Common Visual Preference for Curved Contours in Humans and Great Apes.
Enric Munar, Gerardo Gómez-Puerto, Josep Call, Marcos Nadal. PLoS One 2015
25
76

Visual aesthetics and human preference.
Stephen E Palmer, Karen B Schloss, Jonathan Sammartino. Annu Rev Psychol 2013
117
18

A model of aesthetic appreciation and aesthetic judgments.
Helmut Leder, Benno Belke, Andries Oeberst, Dorothee Augustin. Br J Psychol 2004
331
17

Emotional valence modulates the preference for curved objects.
Helmut Leder, Pablo P L Tinio, Moshe Bar. Perception 2011
24
70



Crossmodal correspondences: a tutorial review.
Charles Spence. Atten Percept Psychophys 2011
404
12

The cycle of preference: long-term dynamics of aesthetic appreciation.
Claus-Christian Carbon. Acta Psychol (Amst) 2010
34
35

The shape of threat: simple geometric forms evoke rapid and sustained capture of attention.
Christine L Larson, Joel Aronoff, Jeffrey J Stearns. Emotion 2007
52
21

Recognizing threat: a simple geometric shape activates neural circuitry for threat detection.
Christine L Larson, Joel Aronoff, Issidoros C Sarinopoulos, David C Zhu. J Cogn Neurosci 2009
46
23


Brain correlates of aesthetic judgment of beauty.
Thomas Jacobsen, Ricarda I Schubotz, Lea Höfel, D Yves V Cramon. Neuroimage 2006
226
10

"Bouba" and "Kiki" in Namibia? A remote culture make similar shape-sound matches, but different shape-taste matches to Westerners.
Andrew J Bremner, Serge Caparos, Jules Davidoff, Jan de Fockert, Karina J Linnell, Charles Spence. Cognition 2013
85
11

Neuroaesthetics.
Anjan Chatterjee, Oshin Vartanian. Trends Cogn Sci 2014
127
10


Simple geometric shapes are implicitly associated with affective value.
Christine L Larson, Joel Aronoff, Elizabeth L Steuer. Motiv Emot 2012
25
36

The shape of boubas: sound-shape correspondences in toddlers and adults.
Daphne Maurer, Thanujeni Pathman, Catherine J Mondloch. Dev Sci 2006
160
9

Liking versus Complexity: Decomposing the Inverted U-curve.
Yağmur Güçlütürk, Richard H A H Jacobs, Rob van Lier. Front Hum Neurosci 2016
30
30

Implicit affective evaluation of visual symmetry.
Alexis David James Makin, Anna Pecchinenda, Marco Bertamini. Emotion 2012
41
19

The recognition of threatening facial stimuli.
J Aronoff, A M Barclay, L A Stevenson. J Pers Soc Psychol 1988
48
16

Naturalizing aesthetics: brain areas for aesthetic appraisal across sensory modalities.
Steven Brown, Xiaoqing Gao, Loren Tisdelle, Simon B Eickhoff, Mario Liotti. Neuroimage 2011
138
8



Curve Appeal: Exploring Individual Differences in Preference for Curved Versus Angular Objects.
Katherine N Cotter, Paul J Silvia, Marco Bertamini, Letizia Palumbo, Oshin Vartanian. Iperception 2017
14
57

Crossmodal correspondences between odors and contingent features: odors, musical notes, and geometrical shapes.
Ophelia Deroy, Anne-Sylvie Crisinel, Charles Spence. Psychon Bull Rev 2013
52
13

Cross-cultural differences in crossmodal correspondences between basic tastes and visual features.
Xiaoang Wan, Andy T Woods, Jasper J F van den Bosch, Kirsten J McKenzie, Carlos Velasco, Charles Spence. Front Psychol 2014
31
22


Interactions between the nucleus accumbens and auditory cortices predict music reward value.
Valorie N Salimpoor, Iris van den Bosch, Natasa Kovacevic, Anthony Randal McIntosh, Alain Dagher, Robert J Zatorre. Science 2013
244
7



See it with feeling: affective predictions during object perception.
L F Barrett, Moshe Bar. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2009
214
6

Infants' preferences for toys, colors, and shapes: sex differences and similarities.
Vasanti Jadva, Melissa Hines, Susan Golombok. Arch Sex Behav 2010
52
11

Music-color associations are mediated by emotion.
Stephen E Palmer, Karen B Schloss, Zoe Xu, Lilia R Prado-León. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2013
75
8

Neuroanatomical correlates of aesthetic preference for paintings.
Oshin Vartanian, Vinod Goel. Neuroreport 2004
190
6



The brain on art: intense aesthetic experience activates the default mode network.
Edward A Vessel, G Gabrielle Starr, Nava Rubin. Front Hum Neurosci 2012
96
6

Neural correlates of beauty.
Hideaki Kawabata, Semir Zeki. J Neurophysiol 2004
286
6

An ecological valence theory of human color preference.
Stephen E Palmer, Karen B Schloss. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2010
145
6

Predicting beauty: fractal dimension and visual complexity in art.
A Forsythe, M Nadal, N Sheehy, C J Cela-Conde, M Sawey. Br J Psychol 2011
58
10

Perceptual and Physiological Responses to Jackson Pollock's Fractals.
Richard P Taylor, Branka Spehar, Paul Van Donkelaar, Caroline M Hagerhall. Front Hum Neurosci 2011
38
15



Is the preference of natural versus man-made scenes driven by bottom-up processing of the visual features of nature?
Omid Kardan, Emre Demiralp, Michael C Hout, MaryCarol R Hunter, Hossein Karimi, Taylor Hanayik, Grigori Yourganov, John Jonides, Marc G Berman. Front Psychol 2015
32
18

Sound symbolism in infancy: evidence for sound-shape cross-modal correspondences in 4-month-olds.
Ozge Ozturk, Madelaine Krehm, Athena Vouloumanos. J Exp Child Psychol 2013
80
7


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.