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作者 Reardon, Ann Partridge
書名 Beyond intuition: A perceptual basis for the elements and principles of design
國際標準書號 0496261339
book jacket
說明 204 p
附註 Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 43-01, page: 0006
Chair: Louise Jones
Thesis (M.S.)--Eastern Michigan University, 2004
The visual sensory system was examined to clarify its impact on what people consider to be aesthetically pleasing. The study utilized research synthesis to look at the perceptual and physiological factors that influence aesthetic decisions. It was the intent of this study to examine the relationship that may exist between visual perception and the elements and principles of design
The study concluded that the elements and principles of design can be defined by physiological and psychological processes in the brain. It provides research-based information that enables designers of the built environment to argue for a universal approach to aesthetics. The elements and principles of design as derivatives of perceptual processes, along with their response attributes of homeostasis, pleasure, and environmental preferences, may be used by designers to create built environments that will meet functional and aesthetic needs
This information can be used in the education of architects and interior designers
School code: 6456
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Host Item Masters Abstracts International 43-01
主題 Design and Decorative Arts
Architecture
Psychology, Cognitive
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0729
0633
Alt Author Eastern Michigan University
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