See the below image for the Psychology of aesthetics diagram. The psychology of art and aesthetics is the study of the perception and experience of the visual arts, music, film, performances, literature, design, and the environment. Art is a human phenomenon, and therefore aesthetics is fundamentally a psychological process.
Descriptions of three emerging areas in psychological aesthetics, namely, neuroaesthetics, evolutionary aesthetics, the psychology of photography, and museum research follow these sections. Finally, psychological aesthetics in the context of education and culture is presented.
The majority of the studies discussed explore aesthetic liking, however, many dimensions of aesthetic experiences exist. Such as, the pleasure of negative emotions is not captured well. In overview, the studies discussed suggest that the familiarity, novelty, complexity, simplicity of information plays an important role in aesthetic experiences.