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Visual Language for Designers by Connie Malamed

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SOURCES CITED

INTRODUCTION

1. Michael S. Beauchamp, e-mail message to author, March 19, 2008.

2. Lionel Standing, Jerry Conzeio, and Ralph Norman Haber, “Perception and Memory for Pictures: Single-Trial Learning of 2500 Visual Stimuli,” Psychonomic Science 19 (1970): 73–74.

3. Kepes, Gyorgy. Language of Vision (Mineola, NY: Dover, 1995).

4. Dino Karabeg, “Designing Information Design,” Information Design Journal 11 (2003): 82–90.

SECTION 1: GETTING GRAPHICS

1. Elizabeth Boling, et al., “Instructional Illustrations: Intended Meanings and Learner Interpretations,” Journal of Visual Literacy 24 (2004): 189.

2. Joydeep Bhattacharya and Hellmuth Petsche, “Shadows of Artistry: Cortical Synchrony during Perception and Imagery of Visual Art,” Cognitive ...

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