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Both empirical and theoretical work are brought to bear in defense of this hypothesis.

Wonder is also shown to provide promising accounts of aesthetic experience, beauty, and the nature of art.

Irving Biederman might rephrase it: "The pleasure of a rich, novel perceptual or cognitive experience derives from the opioid activity of the cerebral cortex." It is what makes us infovores, always seeking new, but interpretable experiences.

Biederman focuses on the brain's role in vision, investigating the brain processes underlying humans' ability to quickly recognize and interpret what they see.

HVEI is a conference, and a community, dedicated to research at the intersection of human vision/cognition, imaging technologies and aesthetics/art.

This system thus renders us infovores, serving to maximize the rate at which we acquire new but interpretable information.Conference Topics: All accepted papers are published in the proceedings of Electronic Imaging.Authors must submit a 4-6-page paper with optional figures using the symposium template.Yours CCC & Joerg Fingerhut Jesse Prinz is the Einstein Visiting Fellow 2015-2017 at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY).Prinz is interested in how philosophical accounts of the mental can be informed by findings from psychology, the neurosciences, anthropology, and related fields.

This system thus renders us infovores, serving to maximize the rate at which we acquire new but interpretable information.Conference Topics: All accepted papers are published in the proceedings of Electronic Imaging.Authors must submit a 4-6-page paper with optional figures using the symposium template.Yours CCC & Joerg Fingerhut Jesse Prinz is the Einstein Visiting Fellow 2015-2017 at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY).Prinz is interested in how philosophical accounts of the mental can be informed by findings from psychology, the neurosciences, anthropology, and related fields.HVEI authors and attendees come from academic departments in computer science, imaging science, engineering, psychology, cognitive neuroscience and art; they also come from high tech and government laboratories, and from art studios and start-ups.