Relating Objective Complexity, Subjective Complexity and Beauty. Nath, S., Braendle, F., Schulz, E., Dayan, P., & Brielmann, A.A. (2023). PsyArXiv.
You ears don’t change what you eyes like: People can independently report the pleasure of music and images. Frame, J., Gugliano, M., Brielmann, A.A., & Belfi, A.M. (2023). JEP:HPP. preprint
A Computational Model of Aesthetic Value. Brielmann, A.A. & Dayan, P. (2022). Psychological Review.
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What Happens in Your Brain When You Walk Down the Street? Implications of Architectural Proportions, Biophilia, and Fractal Geometry for Urban Science. Brielmann, A.A., Buras, N.H., Salingoras, N.A., & Taylor, R.P. (2022). Urban Science. (all authors contributed equally)
Beauty, the feeling. Brielmann, A.A., Nuzzo, A., & Pelli, D.G. (2021). Acta Psychologica.
The pleasure of multiple images. Brielmann, A.A., & Pelli, D.G. (2020). Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics.
Tracking two pleasures. Brielmann, A.A., & Pelli, D.G. (2019). Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
Intense beauty requires intense pleasure. Brielmann, A.A., & Pelli, D.G. (2019). Frontiers in Psychology.
Aesthetics. Brielmann, A.A., & Pelli, D.G. (2018). Current Biology. Review
Dynamics of aesthetic experience are reflected in the default-mode network. Belfi, A.M., Vessel, E.A., Brielmann, A.A., Isik, A. I., Chatterjee, A., Leder, H., Pelli, D.G. & Starr, G.G. (2019). NeuroImage.
Beauty at a glance: The feeling of beauty and the amplitude of pleasure are independent of stimulus duration. Brielmann, A. A., Vale, L.N., & Pelli, D.G. (2017). Journal of Vision.
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Top-down processes in art experience. Brielmann, A.A. (2022). In The Routledge International Handbook of Neuroaesthetics (pp. 461-474). Routledge.
Stolarova, M., Brielmann, A.A., Wolf, C., Rinker, T., Baayen, H. (2016). Early Vocabulary in Relation to Gender, Bilingualism, Type, and Duration of Childcare. Advances in Cognitive Psychology.
Brielmann, A. A., Gaetano, J., Stolarova, M. (2015). Man, You Might Look Like a Woman—If a Child Is Next to You. Advances in Cognitive Psychology.
Brielmann, A. A., Spering, M. (2015). Bribing the eye: expected reward modulates smooth pursuit eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Psychophysics.
Brielmann, A. A., Stolarova, M. (2015). Does it matter how you ask? Self-reported emotions to depictions of need-of-help and social context. BMC Psychology.
Brielmann, A. A., Buelthoff, I., Armann, R. (2014). Looking at faces from different angles: Europeans fixate different features in Asian and Caucasian faces. Vision Research.
Stolarova, M., Wolf, C., Rinker, T., Brielmann, A.A. (2014). How to assess and compare inter-rater reliability, agreement and correlation of ratings: an exemplary analysis of mother-father and parent-teacher expressive vocabulary rating pairs. Frontiers in Psychology – Quantitative Psychology and Measurement.
Stolarova, M., & Brielmann, A. A. (2014). Does anyone need help? Age and gender effects on children’s ability to recognize need-of-help. Frontiers in psychology – Developmental Psychology, 5.
Brielmann, A. A., & Stolarova, M. (2014). A New Standardized Stimulus Set for Studying Need-of-Help Recognition (NeoHelp). PloS one, 9(1), e84373.