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Researchers: Do We Like Art Because It's Good Or Because It's Familiar?
"The more we experience good art the more we learn to like it, whereas bad art has diminishing marginal utility. Of course, many may disagree about the respective quality of the two artists' work, but personally I find this result encouraging." The Economist 08/07/13
Posted August 9, 2013 06:59 AM

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