Evolution and human cognition (EVOCOG)

Publications in journals

  • Forsythe, A.; Nadal, M.; Sheehy, N.; Cela-Conde, C.J.; Sawey, M., "Predicting beauty: Fractal dimension and visual complexity in art", "British Journal of Psychology", Volume 102, Issue 1, Pages 49-70, 2011. Paper.
  • Munar, E.; Nadal, M.; Cela-Conde, C. J.; Maestú, F., "Schön ist relativ", "Gehirn und Geist", Volume Januar/Februar, Pages 26-29, 2011. Paper.
  • Nadal, M.; Pearce, M. T., "The Copenhagen Neuroaesthetics Conference: Prospects and Pitfalls for an Emerging Field", "Brain and Cognition", Volume 76, Pages 172-183, 2011. Paper.
  • Cela-Conde, C.J.; Agnati, L.; Huston, J.P.; Mora, F.; Nadal, M., "The neural foundations of aesthetic appreciation", "Progress in Neurobiology", Volume 94, Pages 39-48, 2011. Paper.
  • Zaidel, D.W.; Nadal, M., "Brain intersections of aesthetics and morals: Perspectives from biology, neuroscience, and evolution", "Perspectives in Biology and Medicine", Volume 54, Pages 367-380, 2011. Paper.
  • Gomila, A., "The Language of Thought: Still a game in town?", "Teorema", Volume 30, Pages 145-155, 2011. Paper.
  • Marcus T. Pearce; Helmut Leder; Marcos Nadal; Martin Skov; Oshin Vartanian; Julia F. Christensen; Dahlia Zaidel, "Neuroaesthetics: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", "Plos Biology", Volume In preparation, 2011. Paper.
  • Barceló-Coblijn, Lluís, "Quod homines tot sententiae.", "Biolinguistics", Volume 5, Issue 3, Pages 227-254, 2011. Review.
  • Barceló-Coblijn, L., "A Biolinguistic Approach to the Vocalizations of H. Neanderthalensis and the Genus Homo", "Biolinguistics", Volume 5, Issue 4, Pages 286-334, 2011. Paper.
  • Christensen, J.F., Flexas, A., Munar, E., De Miguel, P., Del Prado, M., Cela Conde, C.J., "Conference Abstract: XI International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON XI): Moral dilemmas and moral judgments: influence of religiousness.", "Frontiers In Human Neuroscience", 2011. Summary.
  • Olivera La Rosa, A.; Rosselló Mir, J.; Munar Roca, E., "Contextual disgust induced through affective priming influences moral judgments by making them less severe", "Frontiers In Human Neuroscience", 2011. Summary.
  • Gomila, A., "Interdisciplinariedad conceptual, metodológica e institucional", "Ludus vitalis", Volume 19, Pages 287-292, 2011. Paper.