How do Leder et al and Friedberg and Gallese Differ

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Leder et al (2014)
Leder at al (2004) proposed a descriptive information processing model of the components that integrate an aesthetic episode. It also offers an explanation for modern arts large number of individualised styles and innovativeness.
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Leder et al (2004)
Also describes how info is processed over time course of aesthetic episode.
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Includes a sequence of 5 processing stages within the perciever:
Perception, explicit classification, implicit classification, cognitive mastering and evaluation.
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Says that perceptual processing is...
feed forward. Cognition is modified by affective state and prior experience using memory.
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Motivation to process is...
based on challenge to understand (refer to as cognitive mastering), more we like something the more we master it and vice versa.
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Work of art is...
input for the model.
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Aesthetic experiences often require a pre-classification...
of an object as art. Can be assured by possible context features such as appearance in art exhibition. This acts as a cue to warrant aesthetic processing.
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Friedberg and Gellese (2007)
Propose that a crucial element of aesthetic response consists of the activation of embodied mechanisms and these mechanisms are universal
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