DOI: 10.14704/nq.2019.17.3.1941

Neuroesthetic: Brain and Art

Hakan Yaman, Aylin Yaman

Abstract


Neuroesthetics is a field of science that examines the beauty and art of individuals in their brains. It is a branch of science called empirical aesthetics. The formal definition was made in 2002 and its scientific foundations are based on neuroscience. Investigates the transmission and processing of five senses to the brain. For the last 20 years, the subject of art and the perception and perception of art is the subject of research. In their research, the methods of radiodiagnostic and other known fields are used. The relationship between brain anatomy and functional anatomy is examined. Scientific evidence suggests that art is an objective field. Developments in the neuroesthetic science increase our knowledge of the visual perception of artworks and other qualifications. New information on senses will lead us to understand perceptual aesthetic experiences.

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Art, Aesthetics, Beauty, Neurology

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