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Does The "Exposure Effect" Work With Bad Art? Evidently Not
"An oil painting of a piece of wood with a sad face sitting on the ground or a pink pony with Disney Princess-like hair. Would people come to like these pieces, considered 'bad art by some websites, if they became more familiar with them?" According to this study, rather the opposite. Phys.org 08/27/13
Posted September 3, 2013 12:50 AM




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