• The intellectual given 

    Bengson, John Thomas Steele (2010-05)
    Some things we know just by thinking about them: for example, that identity is transitive, that three are more than two, that wantonly torturing innocents is wrong, and other propositions which simply strike us as true ...
  • Looking beyond the visual: considering multi-sensory experience and education with video art in installation 

    Spont, Marya Helen (2010-05)
    This study problematizes how the history, theory, and practice of art education (as documented) have predominantly focused on visually-based artworks and on visual aspects of other, multi-sensory artworks. I posit that ...
  • Making sense with design : a taxonomy of designed experiences 

    Poggio, Natacha Lorena (2006)
    So automatically do we perceive things through sight, sound, smell, and touch that we easily can take our senses for granted. My design research strives to deepen the understanding of our senses by creating innovative ...
  • The process of experience 

    Grube, Enrico (2013-08)
    Perceptual experience seems to relate us not only to non-temporal features of objects such as colors and shapes, but also to certain temporal properties such as succession and duration, as well as to the sensible properties ...
  • Time out : organizational training for improvisation in lifesaving critial teams 

    Ishak, Andrew Waguih, 1982- (2012-08)
    Exemplified by fire crews, SWAT teams, and emergency surgical units, critical teams are a subset of action teams whose work is marked by finality, pressure, and potentially fatal outcomes (Ishak & Ballard, 2012). Using ...