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YEARS

2010-2012

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3900000.0 JPY

ABSTRACT

The brain function for the art was investigated. Moreover, it was shown that conduct the experiment reminded of a color from a chord about a musical chord, and the color saturation and brightness of a selection color have a significant tendency as a result. About art appreciation, look measurement of the eyeball was performed and correspondence with an impression was considered. As a result, it was shown that correspondence with the evaluation about the impression of fine arts exists. The possibility about objective rating was shown by this result. Two persons' simultaneous cerebral function measurement at the time of music listening was performed, and it was shown that the music consensusfor their preference has affected activation. This showed the possibility of the living body measurement in connection with a sympathy interaction. More... »

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