Publications

Journal articles

Brielmann, A. A., Pelli, D. G. (2017). Beauty requires thought. Current Biology. [PDF]

Brielmann, A. A., Spering, M. (2015). Bribing the eye: expected reward modulates smooth pursuit eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Psychophysics. [abstract]

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. [PDF]

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. [PDF]

Stolarova, M., Wolf, C., Rinker, T., Brielmann, A.A. (2014) Assessing and comparing agreement, correlation, and inter-rater reliability of ratings: an exemplary analysis of mother-father and parent-teacher expressive vocabulary rating pairs. Frontiers in Psychology – Quantitative Psychology and Measurement. [abstract]

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. [PDF]

Brielmann, A. A., & Stolarova, M. (2014). A New Standardized Stimulus Set for Studying Need-of-Help Recognition (NeoHelp). PloS one, 9(1), e84373. [PDF]

 

Conference presentations

Brielmann, A. A., & Pelli, D. G. (2017). Toward a quantitative model of feeling beauty. Poster at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St.Pete Beach, Florida. [poster PDF]

Brielmann, A. A., Fingerhut, J. (2016). Ideal Proportions and Beauty in Art. Natural and Artistic Beauty do not Align. [posterPDF]

Brielmann, A. A., Pelli, D. G. (2016). Nobody likes a fake Aesthetic value depends on perceived authenticity. Poster at the European Conference of Visual Perception, Barcelona, Spain. [poster PDF]

Brielmann, A.A., Pelli, D.G. (2016). Beauty requires thought:  The experience of beauty is selectively impaired by a demanding cognitive task. Poster at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St.Pete Beach, Florida. [poster PDF]

Brielmann, A.A., Pelli, D.G. (2016). Beauty requires thought: The experience of beauty is selectively impaired by a cognitive task. Poster at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York City, New York. [poster PDF, Supplementary]

Brielmann, A.A., Solarova, M. (2015). Finding the odd one out: trivial need-of-help is a salient social stimulus for children. Poster at the 57th Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Hildesheim, Germany. [poster PDF]

Brielmann, A.A., Stolarova, M. (2014). Feeling the need of others – children’s emotional ratings of need-of-help depictions. Talk at the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, France. [presentation slides, transcript, handout]

Brielmann, A.A., Stolarova, M. (2014). Without social cues it’s male: Children perceive amorphous drawing of adults as male, but less so in social contexts. Poster at the Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St.Pete Beach, Florida. [poster PDF]

Brielmann, A.A., Stolarova, M. (2014). Does anyone need help? Age and gender affect need-of-help recognition in children. Poster at the 26th APS Annual Convention, SanFrancisco, California. [poster PDF]

Brielmann, A. A., Buelthoff, I. Armann, R. (2013). Looking at faces from different angles: Europeans fixate different features in Asian and Caucasian faces. Poster at the 36th European Conference on Visual Perception, University of Bremen, Germany.

Brielmann, A. A., Spering, M. (2013). Bribing the eye: expected reward modulates smooth pursuit eye movements. [poster] Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Naples, Florida. [abstract]

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