The new edition of neuropsychology of art builds on the many strengths of the first edition by offering a comprehensive treatment of the biological bases of the creation and perception of art the book should be of great interest to students and researchers seriously interested in empirical approaches to understanding the brains role in creativity and art reception. Neuropsychology of art neurological cognitive and evolutionary perspectives dahlia w zaidel home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library brain damage behaviour and cognition . Requesting book neuropsychology of art neurological cognitive and evolutionary perspectives brain behaviour and cognition dahlia zaidel selfscholar submitted 3 months ago by ryogishiki isbn 13 978 1841693637. Neuropsychology of art by dahlia w zaidel evolutionary and cognitive perspectives and to provide an extensive compilation of neurological case studies of professional painters composers and musicians by examining changes to perception cognition and emotion zaidel demonstrates that art behavior is the result of many brain . Art is a uniquely human activity associated fundamentally with symbolic and abstract cognition its practice in human societies throughout the world coupled with seeming non functionality has led to three major brain theories of art 1 the localized brain regions and pathways theory links art to multiple neural regions
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