How art works : a psychological exploration /

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Main Author: Winner, Ellen, (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 |a Part one: Introduction. Perennial questions -- Can this be art? -- Part two: Art and emotion. Wordless sounds: hearing emotion in music -- Feeling from music: emotions in the music listener -- Color and form: emotional connotations of visual art -- Emotions in the art museum: why don't we feel like crying? -- Drawn to pain: the paradoxical enjoyment of negative emotion in art -- Part three: Art and judgment. Is it good? Or just familiar? -- Too easy to be good? The effort bias -- Identical! What's wrong with a perfect fake? -- "But my kid could have done that!" -- Part four: What art does, and does not, do for us. Silver bullets: does art make us smarter? -- The lives of others: fiction and empathy -- Does making art improve well-being -- Part five: Making art. Who makes art and why? -- How art works. 
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