Empirical Studies of the Arts

Papers
(The TQCC of Empirical Studies of the Arts is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
The Role of AI Attribution Knowledge in the Evaluation of Artwork24
Why Do People Visit Art Museums? Examining Visitor Motivations and Visit Outcomes13
How Individual States and Traits Predict Aesthetic Appreciation of Haiku Poetry12
Artist Names as Human Brands: Brand Determinants, Creation and co-Creation Mechanisms10
Intelligence and Music: Lower Intelligent Quotient Is Associated With Higher Use of Music for Experiencing Strong Sensations9
Intersections Between Awe and the Sublime: A Preliminary Empirical Study8
Does Coloring Reduce Anxiety? Comparing the Psychological and Psychophysiological Benefits of Coloring Versus Drawing7
Creation Processes of Professional Artists and Art Students in Sculpting5
Judged Beauty of Fractal Symmetries5
Aesthetics of Graffiti: Comparison to Text-Based and Pictorial Artforms5
Curiosity Emerging From the Perception of Change in Music4
Can the Arts Cure Pandemic Hearts? - Cultural Activity During the COVID-19 Pandemic and its Consequences for Psychological Well-Being4
Global Saccadic Eye Movements Characterise Artists’ Visual Attention While Drawing4
Experiences of Ugliness in Nature and Urban environments3
Quantitative Analysis of Visual Representation of Sign Elements in COVID-19 Context3
Creators Matter. Perception and Pricing of Art Made by Human, Cyborgs and Humanoid Robots3
Probing the Extremes of Aesthetics: The Role of Typicality and Novelty in the Aesthetic Preference of Industrial Boilers3
What Type of Title Would You Put on Your Paintings?: The Impact on the Price of Artwork According to Its Title3
The Curation of Music Discovery: The Presentation of Unfamiliar Classical Music on Radio, Digital Playlists and Concert Programmes2
Clustering the Raagas of Sankari Sangeet—A Computational Approach2
Studying Emotive Effects in Poetry by Quantifying Open-Ended Impressions2
Drawing and Memory: What is the Content of Children’s Drawings and How Does it Differ From Their Verbal Reports?2
Dance Across Cultures: Joint Action Aesthetics in Japan and the UK2
Examining Facebook Groups Engaging in Reading Experiences: The Interactive Therapeutic Process Perspective2
The Aesthetic Emotion Lexicon: A Literature Review of Emotion Words Used by Researchers to Describe Aesthetic Experiences2
How Do We Move in Front of Art? How Does This Relate to Art Experience? Linking Movement, Eye Tracking, Emotion, and Evaluations in a Gallery-Like Setting2
Can Narrative Bibliotherapy Reduce Vulnerability to Eating Disorders? Evidence from a Reading Experiment2
Humans Prefer to See and Imagine Drawing Curved Objects2
The Relations of Empathy and Gender to Aesthetic Response and Aesthetic Inference of Visual Artworks2
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