Claus-Christian Carbon
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Entitling art: Influence of title information on understanding and appreciation of paintings
H Leder, CC Carbon, AL Ripsas
Acta psychologica 121 (2), 176-198, 2006
The Aesthetic Aha: On the pleasure of having insights into Gestalt
C Muth, CC Carbon
Acta psychologica 144 (1), 25-30, 2013
Dimensions in appreciation of car interior design
H Leder, CC Carbon
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2005
The repeated evaluation technique (RET). A method to capture dynamic effects of innovativeness and attractiveness
CC Carbon, H Leder
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2005
Face‐specific configural processing of relational information
H Leder, CC Carbon
British Journal of Psychology 97 (1), 19-29, 2006
Cognitive fluency: High-level processing dynamics in art appreciation.
B Belke, H Leder, T Strobach, CC Carbon
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 4 (4), 214, 2010
Aesthetic appraisal of product designs: Independent effects of typicality and arousal
J Blijlevens, CC Carbon, R Mugge, JPL Schoormans
British journal of Psychology 103 (1), 44-57, 2012
Neural and genetic foundations of face recognition and prosopagnosia
T Grüter, M Grüter, CC Carbon
Journal of neuropsychology 2 (1), 79-97, 2008
The cycle of preference: Long-term dynamics of aesthetic appreciation
CC Carbon
Acta psychologica 134 (2), 233-244, 2010
All is beautiful? Generality vs. specificity of word usage in visual aesthetics
MD Augustin, J Wagemans, CC Carbon
Acta Psychologica 139 (1), 187-201, 2012
Style follows content: On the microgenesis of art perception
MD Augustin, H Leder, F Hutzler, CC Carbon
Acta psychologica 128 (1), 127-138, 2008
Expert face processing: Specialization and constraints.
A Schwaninger, CC Carbon, H Leder
Hogrefe, 2003
When context hinders! Learn–test compatibility in face recognition
H Leder, CC Carbon
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 58 (2), 235-250, 2005
Understanding human perception by human-made illusions
CC Carbon
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 566, 2014
Peer mentoring styles and their contribution to academic success among mentees: A person-oriented study in higher education
B Leidenfrost, B Strassnig, A Schabmann, C Spiel, CC Carbon
Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning 19 (3), 347-364, 2011
Adaptation effects of highly familiar faces: Immediate and long lasting
CC Carbon, T Strobach, SRH Langton, G Harsányi, H Leder, G Kovács
Memory & Cognition 35 (8), 1966-1976, 2007
The Thatcher illusion seen by the brain: an event-related brain potentials study
CC Carbon, SR Schweinberger, JM Kaufmann, H Leder
Cognitive Brain Research 24 (3), 544-555, 2005
When feature information comes first! Early processing of inverted faces
CC Carbon, H Leder
Perception 34 (9), 1117-1134, 2005
The Impact of Peer Mentoring on Mentee Academic Performance: Is Any Mentoring Style Better than No Mentoring at All?.
B Leidenfrost, B Strassnig, M SchĆ¼tz, CC Carbon, A Schabmann
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 26 (1 …, 2014
Famous faces as icons. The illusion of being an expert in the recognition of famous faces
CC Carbon
Perception 37 (5), 801-806, 2008
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