Jeounghoon Kim

Jeounghoon Kim

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Professor

Graduate School of Culture Technology

Research Area

  • #Art
  • #Psychology
  • #Visual arts
  • #Art history
  • #Cognitive psychology
  • #Painting
  • #Perception
  • #Observer (quantum physics)
  • #Binocular rivalry
  • #Psychophysics

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‘ Painting ‘ : 1

  • Complementary Quantitative Approach to Unsolved Issues in Art History: Similarity of Visual Features in the Paintings of Vermeer and His Probable Mentors

    2017/01

    0 citations

    Minseo Kim, Jeounghoon Kim

    DOI : 10.1162/LEON_A_01401

    • #Art
    • #Art history
    • #Visual arts
    • #Painting

All papers authored by
‘ Jeounghoon Kim ’ : 2

  • Effects of Multimodal Association on Ambiguous Perception in Binocular Rivalry.

    2019/07
    PERCEPTION

    1.2 Impact Factor

    2 citations

    Sungyong Kim, Jeounghoon Kim

    DOI : 10.1177/0301006619867023

    • #Psychology
    • #Cognitive psychology
    • #Perception
    • #Observer (quantum physics)
    • #Psychophysics
    • #Binocular rivalry
    • #Subjective perception
    • #Perceptual ambiguity

Related papers to
‘ Painting ‘ : 1

  • Complementary Quantitative Approach to Unsolved Issues in Art History: Similarity of Visual Features in the Paintings of Vermeer and His Probable Mentors

    2017/01
    LEONARDO

    0 citations

    Minseo Kim, Jeounghoon Kim

    DOI : 10.1162/LEON_A_01401

    • #Art
    • #Art history
    • #Visual arts
    • #Painting

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All papers authored by
‘ Jeounghoon Kim ’ : 2

  • Effects of Multimodal Association on Ambiguous Perception in Binocular Rivalry.

    2019/07
    PERCEPTION

    1.2 Impact Factor

    2 citations

    Sungyong Kim, Jeounghoon Kim

    DOI : 10.1177/0301006619867023

    • #Psychology
    • #Cognitive psychology
    • #Perception
    • #Observer (quantum physics)
    • #Psychophysics
    • #Binocular rivalry
    • #Subjective perception
    • #Perceptual ambiguity
  • Complementary Quantitative Approach to Unsolved Issues in Art History: Similarity of Visual Features in the Paintings of Vermeer and His Probable Mentors

    2017/01
    LEONARDO

    0 citations

    Minseo Kim, Jeounghoon Kim

    DOI : 10.1162/LEON_A_01401

    • #Art
    • #Art history
    • #Visual arts
    • #Painting

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