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B9902006 T.h . Wang. Artists Really Do Have Different Brains. Brain Storming. How would you demarcate the brain? Which part is more relevant to art?. Brain Storming. Vocabulary Tips. Resonance [ ' rez ə n ə ns] n. 共鳴 Signature [ 's ɪ gn ɪ t ʃə (r)]n. 特徵

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B9902006 t h wang

B9902006 T.h. Wang

Artists Really Do Have Different Brains

Brain storming

Brain Storming

  • How would you demarcate the brain?

  • Which part is more relevant to art?

Brain storming1

Brain Storming

Vocabulary tips

Vocabulary Tips

  • Resonance [ 'rezənəns] n. 共鳴

  • Signature [ 'sɪgnɪtʃə(r)]n.特徵

  • Philistine [ ‘fɪlɪstaɪn]n.對藝術一竅不通的人

  • Shortlist [‘ʃɔrt,lɪst] vt. 把 ... 列入候選人名單

  • Conned [kɔn] adj. 欺詐的

  • Scrutiny [‘skrutɪnɪ] n. 詳細檢查

  • Score [skor] n. 樂譜

  • Chorale [kɒ'rɑːl] n. 讚美詩

  • Cerebellum [͵sɛrəˋbɛləm] n. 小腦

Main idea

Main Idea

  • The article is discussing about the differentce between artists and non-artists. How the artists’ brains work do differ from non-artists’.

  • It’s surprising that the cerebellum is relevant to hearing.

Supporting info 1

Supporting Info.1

  • Stanford University usefMRIto monitor the brain work.

  • the way artist draw is not only copy but think

Supporting info 11

Supporting Info.1

  • Frontal Lobe:

    • Center of excutiveand control

    • Focus, plain,emotion

  • Occipital Lobe:

    • Visual Association Area

    • Visual Cortex



  • Do you agree with the result of the experiment?

Supporting info 2

Supporting Info. 2

  • The Turner Prize, named after the painter Joseph Mallord William Turner

  • Beginnings in 1984

  • Annual prize presented to a British visual artist under the age of 50.

  • Conceptual art

  • The United Kingdom's most publicised art award.

Supporting info 3

Supporting Info. 3

  • A recent experiment conducted by the University of Texasalter the rhythum from the scorecerebellum has a sudden activity

  • Further exp.volume increase by musical practice.



  • Is the inference of the experiment too far-fetched?

Question for discussion

Question for Discussion

  • Causal fallacy?

Question for discussion1

Question for Discussion

  • Whether people are born with artistic brains, or the brain is shaped by exercising talent?

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Thanks for your attending!



Give at least three details of each picture





  • Details?






  • Pane  [peɪn]n. 窗玻璃, 方框

  • Render ['rendə(r)]v. 呈現

  • Enroll   [ɪn'rəʊl]v. 登記

  • Focal ['fəʊkl]adj. 焦點的, 在焦點上的

  • Abstract [‘æbstrækt]adj. 抽象的

  • Focal ['fəʊkl]adj. 焦點的,

  • Salient ['seɪlɪənt] adj. 顯著的,

  • Perceptual [pə(r)'septʃəl /-ʃʊəl] adj. 知覺的,

  • Dispose [dɪ'spəʊz]v. 處置, 處理; 決定

Main idea1

Main idea

  • The difference between the artists and non-artists:

    • Non-abstract picture:Artists remember more details

      • artists can change their viewing strategy

    • Abstract picture:Both remember the same amount.

      • Artists have no way to change their viewing strategy

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  • Explanation: Training

    • Artist identify the real details of the picture.

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