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Beyond Kandinsky: Exploring colour-shape correspondences through the lenses of emotions, individual differences, and aesthetics

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This thesis brings together historical and empirical research on colour-shape correspondences. Historical accounts usually start with Wassily Kandinsky’s universal visual language of art and design, which explored colours and forms in depth as fundamental building blocks. Whilst colour-shape correspondences provide an example of an intramodal sensory correspondence, modern empirical work in this area has typically been grounded in the field of crossmodal correspondences research. All empir...

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MSD
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Experimental Psychology
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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