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Eckhard Hess’s claim that pupils dilate to pleasant images and constrict to unpleasant images was confounded because of inconsistent contrasts and luminances across his images. Building upon the work of that explored multiple portraits by Rembrandt, we offer a new and promising methodology that...
Researchers examine implicit beliefs about creativity to understand what laypeople think. Past work has looked at cultural differences, characteristics associated with creativity, and the positive or negative valence that people feel toward creativity. In this study, we focused on the Four C...
The value of narrative fiction as a vehicle for empathic growth is touted across diverse disciplines, but these ideas have rarely undergone empirical scrutiny. The purpose of this study is to investigate whether enhancing imagery generation while reading fiction can potentiate empathy and...
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