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The quantification of visual aesthetic judgement using verbal and non-verbal scales
Arthur Derrel Beard
Written in English
|Statement||by Arthur Derrel Beard.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 80983 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 199 leaves|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||82193620|
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Chapter I Measuring Visual Aesthetic Sensitivity for Everyday Objects: Scale responses can be considered part of the aesthetic judgment and have been investigated in the past (e.g., (Bloch, ; Veryzer, ). 14 c.
Existing Scales Many attempts have been made to measure visual aesthetic sensitivity. However, these. To provide a quantitative evaluation of visual aesthetics using physiological signals, scholars have developed several methods, like the computational formula of aesthetics (Khalighy et al., ), the k-Nearest Neighbor classifier (KNN) of aesthetic preference (Chew et al., ), and the Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) of visual complexity Cited by: 5.
Both verbal and non-verbal scales have been developed for separately evaluating different aspects of pain perception.
The evolution of these methods can be traced from the traditional ordi- nal scales which ask patients to rate their pain as /89/S Eisevier Science Publishers B.V. (Biomical Division) mild, moderate or Cited by: “Visual Aesthetic Perception and Judgement of Urban Streetscapes”.
M Gjerde  This stud y was focused on the environmental aesthetic and visual judgement of townscap es in New Zealand. Hirschman () empirically tested how all-visual or all-verbal stimuli presented across several product categories influenced perceptions of products on an aesthetic/emotional and utilitarian Author: Elizabeth C.
Hirschman. Individuals express their opinions toward artworks differently. Hereby, four major styles of aesthetic judgment are conceptualized. These styles consist of concrete, analytical, symbolist, and emotional. Initially, an item pool of 94 items was generated to cover all aspects of aesthetic judgment styles.
The current study aimed to develop and provide initial validation for Aesthetic Judgment. Visual aesthetic analysis is getting popular in many do-mains.
Researchers have been trying to understand the notion of aesthetics with the hope of reverse engineering these deﬁnitions with machine learning solutions , , which try to validate the photographic rules and compute features using color information.
Our work follows a similar. Introduction. Visualizer/verbalizer cognitive style refers to the hypothesis that people differ in their preferences and consistencies in processing visual and verbal information (Blazhenkova & Kozhevnikov, ).With reference to dual‐coding theory (Paivio,), which states that two distinct channels are responsible for processing information, people are assumed to have either a.
Method of use of visual/verbal analogue scales. A baseline level is first taken. Many research measures use scores of 0 to 8 for ease of data entry. Verbal Rating Scales (VRSs), and Visual Ana-logue Scales (VASs) dating from the s. Nearly all of this literature is from the social sciences, notably census and surveys, public opinion polls, and marketing research.
Two particular themes emerge in this literature. sarily correspond to our aesthetic perception of websites. Ivory and Sinha  have demonstrated that expert judge-ments by more than Webby Award judges on the visual appeal of websites can be approximated using 11 predictor metrics (e.g., word and link count, the size of a page in bytes, or the number of different fonts).
They achieved Verbal qualifiers for rating scales 2 Research Issue Rating scales in the social sciences Various types of questionnaires are by far the most-used method of data collection in psychology and other social sciences, and about all of them use rating scales as primary response mode.
Objective: The coordination of patient’s and therapist’s bodily movement – nonverbal synchrony – has been empirically shown to be associated with psychotherapy outcome. This finding was based on dynamic movement patterns of the whole body. The present paper is a new analysis of an existing dataset (Ramseyer and Tschacher, ), which extends previous findings by differentiating.
Generally speaking, non-verbal communication is the course or method of communicating through sending and receiving wordless messages. In other words, non-verbal communication comprises physical behaviours and techniques of communication such as: tone of the voice, touch, smell, body motion, and so on.
Similarly, creative and aesthetic non. The Visual and Verbal Sketch in British Romanticism investigates the varied implications of sketching in late-eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century culture. Calling on a wide range of literary and visual genres, Richard C. Sha examines the shifting economic and aesthetic value of the sketch in sources ranging from auction catalogs and.
Mehrabian was trying to identify how face-to-face communication actually transpires, especially when the words are ambiguous. He identified three basic components: 1) the words themselves; 2) tone of voice; and 3) body language, including facial expressions. These are often summarized as the three V’s – verbal, vocal, visual.
The relative performance of three analgesic rating scales—visual pain analog, verbal pain intensity, and verbal pain relief—was assessed in clinical trials with 1, patients and a variety of pain models.
The scales correlated strongly with one another, with inconsistent and generally minimal differences in.
Rating scales like the visual analogue scale, VAS, and the verbal rating scale, VRS, are often used for pain assessments both in clinical work and in research, despite the lack of a gold standard. Interchangeability of recorded pain intensity captured in the two scales has been discussed earlier, but not in conjunction with taking the influence.
Numerical rating scales (NRS), and verbal rating scales (VRS) showed to be reliable and valid tools for subjective cancer pain measurement, but no one of them consistently proved to be superior to the other.
Aim of the present study is to compare NRS and VRS performance in assessing breakthrough or episodic pain (BP-EP) exacerbations. In a cross sectional multicentre study carried.
Advances in Consumer Research Vol Pages UTILITARIAN, AESTHETIC, AND FAMILIARITY RESPONSES TO VERBAL VERSUS VISUAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Elizabeth C. Hirschman, New York University [Associate Professor or Marketing].
Michael R. Solomon, New York University [Assistant Professor of Marketing and Associate Director, Institute of Retail Management]. It is generally accepted that nonverbal information, particularly visual, is more important than verbal in the judgment of interpersonal affect.
Nevertheless, Howe has argued that there is a recurring problem with the studies on which this acceptance is based, namely, the usage of contextually inappropriate verbal expressions.CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract--Fluent and non-fluent aphasics, non-aphasic brain-damaged patients, schizo-phrenics, and normal controls were tested in a non-verbal visual retention task (object-drawings, nowflakes).
All groups of neurological nd psychiatric patients cored lower than normal controls under a rehearsal condition.Visual and Non-Verbal Aspects in Telepsychiatry; Jeffrey Bennett, M.D. Full Screen. The visual and non-verbal aspects of a Telepsychiatry encounter are often challenging, but are important in establishing rapport and in facilitating data collection and observation during the interview and exam.