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Michael Rönnlund, Elisabeth Åström and Maria Grazia Carelli

, Butler (1963) argued that in terms of life review and reminiscence, reflections concerning past experiences, in particular resurgence of unresolved conflicts, are part of a normal developmental process, triggered by the realization of one’s own mortality. Life review through reminiscence, he argued

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Claudia Muth and Claus-Christian Carbon

result of this interaction than a feature of an object. The fact that perception always deals with SeIns — even if we are not aware of this — becomes more or less pronounced in our daily life. Only in some cases does the omnipresence of SeIns and the activity of perception become apparent

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Moojan Ghafurian and David Reitter

aspects of life (e.g., security, health, and satisfaction). The effect of impatience on decision-making has mostly been studied in the context of temporal discounting, specifically in situations where people have to choose between receiving an amount of money immediately or receiving a larger amount

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Abstracts from the 5th Visual Science of Art Conference (VSAC)

Berlin, Germany, August 25th–27th 2017

Claus-Christian Carbon and Joerg Fingerhut

curve that is not trivially simple but predictable. *Contact author: a.asano@kansai-u.ac.jp Distancing art from philosophy Charles Beasley* Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany Abstract Two of the most recent and cutting-edge accounts of art and its position in human life

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Anne Giersch and Jennifer T. Coull

generalized to novel untrained tempi, and the monkeys could maintain the tempo internally (i.e., even when the target was triggered by saccades). These results suggest that monkeys have the capacity for predictive synchronization to a visual beat, but are not intrinsically motivated to do it. 2. Cross

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Abstracts from the 6th Visual Science of Art Conference (VSAC)

Trieste, Italy, August 24th–26th, 2018

. Therefore, starting with phenomena just like in perceptual psychology is a valuable strategy to get the attention, the interest and the motivation to dip into deeper theoretical spheres of this field. References to everyday life phenomena accompanied with own empirical data are the starting points to

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Robert Waska

imagining all that coming to collapse when her husband divorced her. Then, she was all alone in a foreign land without anyone to depend on. I interpreted that when she took the risk of imagining herself as separate from her mother and becoming an independent person living her own life, she felt very guilt

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Roderick Main

scope for genuine re-enchantment, Jung positively advocates re-enchantment. In an interview with Mircea Eliade in 1952, Jung clearly stated his position: ‘The modern world’, he asserted, ‘is desacralized, that is why it is in a crisis. Modern man must rediscover a deeper source of his own spiritual life

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Robert Waska

and keep everything running smoothly. John kept everything alive and okay by always doing extra, but never having his own life or any separate identity as a result. This sacrifice kept his objects alive and him empty, but in phantasy he avoided the unbearable loss and guilt behind the masochism. In

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Avner Falk

their everyday life. Shortly before the Hebrew date of his son’s thirty-fifth birthday, which fell on September 14, Agnon wrote Hemdat a long, loving, paternal letter, not forgetting however, to complain at length about his own state of ill health. The implication was that he would not live very long