Rebecca Chamberlain
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Putting the art in artificial: Aesthetic responses to computer-generated art.
R Chamberlain, C Mullin, B Scheerlinck, J Wagemans
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 12 (2), 177, 2018
Drawing on the right side of the brain: a voxel-based morphometry analysis of observational drawing
R Chamberlain, IC McManus, N Brunswick, Q Rankin, H Riley, R Kanai
NeuroImage 96, 167-173, 2014
Art students who cannot draw: an exploration of the relations between personality, dyslexia, perceptual problems and drawing skills.
C McManus, R Chamberlain, PW Loo, Q Rankin, H Riley, N Brunswick
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 4 (1), 18-30, 2010
Visual arts training is linked to flexible attention to local and global levels of visual stimuli
R Chamberlain, J Wagemans
Acta Psychologica 161, 185-197, 2015
Local processing enhancements associated with superior observational drawing are due to enhanced perceptual functioning, not weak central coherence
R Chamberlain, IC McManus, H Riley, Q Rankin, N Brunswick
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (7), 1448-1466, 2013
Local-global processing bias is not a unitary individual difference in visual processing
R Chamberlain, R Van der Hallen, H Huygelier, S Van de Cruys, ...
Vision Research 141, 247-257, 2017
The genesis of errors in drawing
R Chamberlain, J Wagemans
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 65, 195-207, 2016
Developing the Leuven Embedded Figures Test (L-EFT): testing the stimulus features that influence embedding
L De-Wit, H Huygelier, R Van der Hallen, R Chamberlain, J Wagemans
PeerJ 5, e2862, 2017
Tuning in to art: A predictive processing account of negative emotion in art
S Van de Cruys, R Chamberlain, J Wagemans
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, 41-42, 2017
Artists as experts in visual cognition: An update.
R Chamberlain, JE Drake, A Kozbelt, R Hickman, J Siev, J Wagemans
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 13 (1), 58, 2019
Does shape constancy relate to drawing ability? Two failures to replicate
IC McManus, PW Loo, R Chamberlain, H Riley, N Brunswick
Empirical Studies of the Arts 29 (2), 191-208, 2011
Scratching the surface: Practice, personality, approaches to learning, and the acquisition of high-level representational drawing ability.
R Chamberlain, C McManus, N Brunswick, Q Rankin, H Riley
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 9 (4), 451, 2015
Commonalities for numerical and continuous quantity skills at temporo-parietal junction
M Cappelletti, R Chamberlain, ED Freeman, R Kanai, B Butterworth, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26 (5), 986-999, 2014
Meta‐analytic findings reveal lower means but higher variances in visuospatial ability in dyslexia
R Chamberlain, N Brunswick, J Siev, IC McManus
British Journal of Psychology 109 (4), 897-916, 2018
The Leuven Embedded Figures Test (L-EFT): measuring perception, intelligence or executive function?
H Huygelier, R Van der Hallen, J Wagemans, L De-Wit, R Chamberlain
PeerJ 6, e4524, 2018
Superior disembedding in children with ASD: New tests using abstract, meaningful, and 3D contexts
R Van der Hallen, R Chamberlain, L De-Wit, J Wagemans
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 48, 2478-2489, 2018
Perceptual flexibility is coupled with reduced executive inhibition in students of the visual arts
R Chamberlain, L Swinnen, S Heeren, J Wagemans
British Journal of Psychology 109 (2), 244-258, 2018
Cain’s house task revisited and revived: Extending theory and methodology for quantifying drawing accuracy.
R Chamberlain, C McManus, H Riley, Q Rankin, N Brunswick
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 8 (2), 152, 2014
The perceptual foundations of drawing ability
R Chamberlain, H Riley, C McManus, Q Rankin, N Brunswick
Thinking through drawing: practice into knowledge. Proceedings of an …, 2011
Drawing as a window onto expertise
R Chamberlain
Current Directions in Psychological Science 27 (6), 501-507, 2018
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