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Post Neon Knight on Sun 19 Mar - 14:18



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Re: Art Style Preferences Test

Post Neon Knight on Sun 2 Jul - 19:47

Anybody else want to do this? It would be interesting to compare results.

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Post Gaut on Sun 2 Jul - 21:56

These are your results on the Artistic Preferences Scales. The APS measures three scales. Scores for each scale are presented in terms of percentiles. Scores range from 0 to 99, and represent what percent of other people you score higher than.


Scale 1: Intolerance of Abstraction
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Individuals who score high on this factor tend to pick the image on the right over the image on the left.
Factor 1, consists of pairs of items the contrast abstract paintings with paintings of potentially real scenes. Your score was 0.



Scale 2: Preference for Photorealism
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Individuals who score high on this factor tend to pick the image on the right over the image on the left.
Factor 2 measures a preference for how much you prefer your artwork to look like photographs. Low scorers tend to prefer painterly works, where the brush strokes are visible. Your score was 44.



Scale 3: Masculinity-Femininity
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Individuals who score high on this factor tend to pick the image on the right over the image on the left.
Factor 3, consists of pairs of items the contrast warm and emotional pictures with emotionally bleak pictures and stark landscapes. This scale is unlike scale 1 and scale 2 in that it is mostly about the artwork's content than its form. The factor is labelled masculinity-femininity because it is the only scale that shows large gender differences (the average man scores 35 and the average woman scores 65). Your score was 2.
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Re: Art Style Preferences Test

Post Impasible on Sun 2 Jul - 23:18

Scale 1: Intolerance of Abstraction

Factor 1, consists of pairs of items the contrast abstract paintings with paintings of potentially real scenes. Your score was 33.


Scale 2: Preference for Photorealism

Factor 2 measures a preference for how much you prefer your artwork to look like photographs. Low scorers tend to prefer painterly works, where the brush strokes are visible. Your score was 63.



Scale 3: Masculinity-Femininity

Factor 3, consists of pairs of items the contrast warm and emotional pictures with emotionally bleak pictures and stark landscapes. This scale is unlike scale 1 and scale 2 in that it is mostly about the artwork's content than its form. The factor is labelled masculinity-femininity because it is the only scale that shows large gender differences (the average man scores 35 and the average woman scores 65). Your score was 42.
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Post OsricPearl on Fri 9 Feb - 22:01

Your score for Linear vs. Painterly was -10. This indicates you have a strong preference for linear works over painterly ones. In linear works, the artists depicts clear shapes bounded by lines and attempts to achieve photorealism. This contrasts with a painterly style where the brush strokes will be visible.
Your score for Realistic vs. Abstract was -6. This indicates you have a moderate preference for realistic works over abstract ones.
Your score for Masculine vs. Feminine was 7. This indicates that you have a moderate preference for works of art that depict subjects stereotypically of interest to females (e.g. women in dresses, etc.) as opposed to subjects stereotypically associated with males (e.g. fighting, machines, ships, architecture, etc.).
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Post Vendég on Sat 17 Feb - 20:39

Here is my result:

Your score for Linear vs. Painterly was 12. This indicates you have a strong preference for painterly works. In painterly works the brush stokes will be visible, this contrasts with linear works where shapes are bounded by lines and the goal is a photo-realistic depiction.
Your score for Realistic vs. Abstract was 4. This indicates you have a moderate preference for abstract works.
Your score for Masculine vs. Feminine was 3. This indicates that you have a slight preference for works of art that depict subjects stereotypically of interest to females (e.g. women in dresses, etc.) as opposed to subjects stereotypically associated with males (e.g. fighting, machines, ships, architecture, etc.).

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Post de Burgh on Sat 17 Feb - 23:43

Scores Explanation

Scores on each scale range from -16 to +16.

Your score for Linear vs. Painterly was -10. This indicates you have a strong preference for linear works over painterly ones. In linear works, the artists depicts clear shapes bounded by lines and attempts to achieve photorealism. This contrasts with a painterly style where the brush strokes will be visible.
Your score for Realistic vs. Abstract was -11. This indicates you have a strong preference for realistic works over abstract ones.
Your score for Masculine vs. Feminine was -10. This indicates that you have a strong preference for works of art that depict subjects stereotypically of interest to males (e.g. fighting, machines, ships, architecture, etc.) as opposed to subjects stereotypically associated with females (women in dresses, etc.).

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Re: Art Style Preferences Test

Post Neon Knight on Sun 18 Feb - 19:43

I did this again because they've change the results analysis.



Linear vs. Painterly: -4
Realistic vs. Abstract: -11
Masculine vs. Feminine: +1

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