This Is Your Brain on Picasso: The Human Brain on Art

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This Is Your Brain on Picasso: The Human Brain on Art


This Is Your Brain on Picasso: The Human Brain on Art
Published on Dec 7, 2015
Researchers have been recording brain waves from hundreds of art gallery visitors, as they hope to discover how our brains combine sensory impressions with memories and emotions into judgments about works of art. Photo: Daniel Ortiz for The Menil Collection, Houston

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