Neurocinema 2017


Notes:

  • Digital neurocinema
  • Neurocinematics

Wikipedia:

References:

See also:

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The Rhetorical Alternative in Neurocinematics
S Tiffee – M/C Journal, 2017 – journal.media-culture.org.au
In 2008, researchers at New York University’s Computational Neuroimaging Laboratory challenged our contemporary understanding of audience with an alternative approach to engaging some of the most essential questions regarding film consumption. The study itself …

Electroencephalography Based Analysis of Emotions Among Indian Film Viewers
G Krishna, N Bhalaji – Advanced Informatics for Computing Research, 2017 – Springer
… This triggers a sequence of processes which is perceptual, cognitive and emotional. Neurocinematics is an emerging field of research, that measures the cognitive responses of a film viewer … EEG Indian film Neurocinematics Cognitive review BCI. Download fulltext PDF …

Alternative
GC Hancock – M/C Journal, 2017 – journal.media-culture.org.au
… Humpers. Sean Tiffee’s “The Rhetorical Alternative in Neurocinematics” explores the emerging interdisciplinary field of neurocinematics, combing neuroscience and film studies to find an alternative way of understanding audience …

Finding the place of freedom in Eisenstein’s brain: Münsterberg, Spinoza and psy-disciplines.
J Vassilieva – Film-Philosophy Conference 2017, 2017 – film-philosophy.com
… Julia Vassilieva. Abstract. Over the last fifteen years, screen disciplines have become increasingly influenced by the so-called neuro turn evident in the appearance of such fields of inquiry as neurocinematics, neuroasthetics, neurocultures and neuroethics …

Between Mimesis and Techn?: Cinematic Image as a Site for Critical Thinking
EA Kiss – The Journal of Aesthetic Education, 2017 – muse.jhu.edu
… 12. 8. Bordwell, Poetics of Cinema, 5. 9. Hasson et al., “Neurocinematics,” 1. 10. Cited in Randall, “Rise of Neurocinema.”. 11. David Bordwell, On the History of Film Style (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1997). 12 …

The Value of Parental Co-Viewing on Children and Families
A Work – Cinesthesia, 2017 – scholarworks.gvsu.edu
… Neurocinematics is defined as “research integrating cognitive neuroscience with the study of movies” (Rufer 12). Studies in neurocinematics have shown that mirror neurons in the viewer’s brain fire in the same areas as the character performing an action on screen …

Toward an Integrated Theory of Fictional Narrative
V Kolhatkar – Reason Papers, 2017 – reasonpapers.com
… Page 7. Reason Papers Vol. 39, no. 1 149 “Neurocinematics.”18 This is one reason why novelists seek beta readers for manuscripts. But we can test the end-product as consumers, too. Let me take you on my brief journey of one such test …

Perception and Poetics of VR Documentaries
M Grabowski – intern.zhdk.ch
… More recently, Uri Hasson, who coined the term ‘neurocinematics,’ has used fMRI data to show how directed film sequences produce more synchronous brain activity among viewers (Hasson et al., 2008) … Neurocinematics: The neuroscience of film. Projections, 2(1), 1–26 …

Empathy in Film
J Stadler – 2017 – academia.edu
… neurocinema The concept of empathy has special significance for the study of cinema as a narrative … Developments in Neurocinematic Approaches to Empathy An emerging field of study that is variously referred to as “neurocinematics” (Hasson et al …

Audience real-time bio-signal-processing-based computational intelligence model for narrative scene editing
PW Kim, S Lee – Multimedia Tools and Applications, 2017 – Springer
… This measure, known as neurocinematics (Fig. 5), analyses viewers’ states of mind by monitoring their dynamic emotional states [14] … Hasson U, Landersman O, Knappmeyer B, Vallines I, Rubin N, Heeger DJ (2008) Neurocinematics: the neuroscience of film …

The Psychological Construction of Emotion: a Filmological Approach
M Locatelli – Comunicazioni sociali, 2017 – torrossa.com
… 66-73. 2 V. Gallese, M. Guerra, Lo schermo empatico. Cinema e neuroscienze, Milan: Raffaello Cortina, 2015, 52-53. 3 U. Hasson ea, “Neurocinematics: The Neuroscience of Film”, Projections, 1 (2008): 1-26. 4 A. Shimamura …

How Patterns Meet: Tracing the Isomorphic Imagination in Contemporary Neuroculture
S Besser – Configurations, 2017 – muse.jhu.edu
… others. This grounding is a neurological one and concerns an actual material pattern in the brain of a young Russian artist named Nora Volkova, around whose mysterious work of digital neurocinema the plot revolves. During …

Interactive Storytelling
N Nunes, I Oakley, V Nisi – Springer
… In the field of naturalistic neurosciences, she has acted as a core member of the directory group of the neuroscience research project aivoAALTO at Aalto University. Her research in neurocinematics focuses on studying the neural basis of storytelling and creative imagination …

Interactive Storytelling: 10th International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, ICIDS 2017 Funchal, Madeira, Portugal, November 14–17, 2017 …
N Nunes, I Oakley, V Nisi – 2017 – books.google.com
… In the field of naturalistic neurosciences, she has acted as a core member of the directory group of the neuroscience research project aivoAALTO at Aalto University. Her research in neurocinematics focuses on studying the neural basis of storytelling and creative imagination …

Towards a cognitive media genetics
M Sobieszczanski – researchgate.net
… From the pioneering experiments conducted by the Center for Neural Science, New York University, in the field of neurocinematics (Hasson, U., Landesman, Page 10. Trad … Neurocinematics: The Neuroscience of Film, in Projections. The Journal for Movies and Mind …

Perceptual Realism and Embodied Experience in the Travelogue Genre
PC Quiroga – athensjournals.gr
… 1 (Gallese, 2005; Gallese and Guerra, 2012). New interdisciplinary studies such as neuro- phenomenology and neuro-cinematics have brought forward questions about the structure of human experience in an increasingly media-saturated world (Varela, 1996) …

The Laughter and the Tears: Comedy, Melodrama and the Shift Towards Empathy for Mental Illness on Screen
F Hopgood – Australian Screen in the 2000s, 2017 – Springer
… Demonstrating the fundamentally interdisciplinary nature of scholarly work on empathy, Stadler draws on research from neuroscience, psychology and the emerging fields of neurocinematics and psychocinematics in order to investigate how aesthetic choices and screen …

Cinema: A multimodal and integrative medium for education and therapy
AG Mangot, VS Murthy – Annals of Indian Psychiatry, 2017 – anip.co.in
… Click here to view. Financial support and sponsorship Nil. Conflicts of interest There are no conflicts of interest. References, Top. 1. Naser Moghadasi A. Neurocinema: A brief overview. Iran J Neurol 2015;14:180-4. Back to cited text no. 1 …

Vital brains: On the entanglement of media, minds, and models
C Borck – Progress in brain research, 2017 – Elsevier
… New research fields such as neuroaesthetics or a journal for neurocinematics also testify to this trend. b This astounding double presence of the brain and of brain research in today’s culture calls for historical reflection and critical intervention …

Effects of avatar character performances in virtual reality dramas used for teachers’ education
PW Kim, YS Shin, BH Ha, M Anisetti – Behaviour & Information …, 2017 – Taylor & Francis

Forcing Insight with Sight and the Availability Heuristic
RJ Belton – Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo and the Hermeneutic Spiral, 2017 – Springer
… about seven years apart. Around 2008, Uri Hasson and others began work on what they called “neurocinematics,” the use of neuroscientific methods and technology to study the effect of films on brain activity. Hasson and his …

Emotional and Semantic Associations Between Cinematographic Aesthetics and Haptic Perception
M Iosifyan, O Korolkova… – Multisensory …, 2017 – booksandjournals.brillonline.com
… sounds, music, colors, shapes, movement. The effects of cinema on human cognition and brain activity are investigated in such a multidisciplinary field of study as neurocinematics (Has- son et al., 2008). The synchrony of visual …

An eye for freedom: Spinoza and Terstall in Amsterdam
P Pisters – Urban Europe, 2017 – oapen.org
… She is one of the founding editors of the Open Access journal Necsus: European Journal of Media Studies. She has published widely on Page 316. 315 political cinema,(trans) national media, neurocinematics and f ilm-philosophy …

Your Brain on the Movies: A Computational Approach for Predicting Box-office Performance From Viewer’s Brain Responses to Movie Trailers.
C Christoforou, TC Papadopoulos… – Frontiers in …, 2017 – frontiersin.org
The ability to anticipate the population-wide response of a target audience to a new movie or TV series, prior to its release, is critical to the film industry. Equally important is the ability to understand the underlying factors that drive or characterize viewer’s decision to watch a movie …

A Field Guide to Exaggerated Brain-Based
SO Lilienfeld, E Aslinger, J Marshall… – … Routledge Handbook of …, 2017 – books.google.com
… Neuroarchitecture Neurofashion Neuropsychoanalysis Neurobotany Neuroforecasting Neurosexology Neurocapitalism Neurogastronomy Neurosociology Neurocinema Neurohistory Neuroteaching Neurocomputing Neurolaw Neurowine Neurocosmetics Neurolinguistics …

Global electroencephalography synchronization as a new indicator for tracking emotional changes of a group of individuals during video watching
JH Lee, CH Han, JH Lim, YW Kim… – Frontiers in human …, 2017 – frontiersin.org
In the present study, we investigated whether global electroencephalography (EEG) synchronization can be a new promising index for tracking emotional arousal changes of a group of individuals during video watching. Global field synchronization (GFS), an index known to …

Professionalism: For Small, Solo Practices, Support Is On the Way
L Butcher – Neurology Today, 2017 – journals.lww.com
You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. AAN.COM; NEUROLOGY JOURNALS: NEUROLOGY; CLINICAL PRACTICE; NEUROIMMUNOLOGY NEUROINFLAMMATION; GENETICS. CONTINUUM; …

Enheduanna – A Manifesto of Falling: first demonstration of a live brain-computer cinema performance with multi-brain BCI interaction for one performer and two …
P Zioga, P Chapman, M Ma, F Pollick – Digital Creativity, 2017 – Taylor & Francis

Match-action: The role of motion and audio in creating global change blindness in film
TJ Smith, JY Martin-Portugues Santacreu – Media Psychology, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… Cognitive scientists have recently begun to turn their attention to such questions under the guise of neurocinematics (Hasson et al., 2008), film cognition (Smith, Levin, & Cutting, 2012), psychocinematics (Shimamura, 2013b), or cognitive media theory (Nan- nicelli & Taberham …

A Phenomenological Approach to the Later Films of Terrence Malick
T Keeley – 2017 – openscholarship.wustl.edu
… My project will also include the study of neurocinematics2 to explore how Malick’s experimental aesthetics both underline his … vi 2 “Neurocinematics” involves the study of the human brain’s response to viewing a film or scene. Page 9 …

Emerging methods for conceptual modelling in neuroimaging
H Akama, B Murphy – Behaviormetrika, 2017 – Springer
… analysis of fMRI data. Neuroinformatics 7(1):37–53CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Hasson U, Landesman O, Knappmeyer B, Vallines I, Rubin N, Heeger DJ (2008) Neurocinematics: the neuroscience of film. Projections 2(1):1–26 …

Exploring the use of brain-sensing technologies for natural interactions
M Pike – 2017 – eprints.nottingham.ac.uk
Page 1. Pike, Matthew (2017) Exploring the use of brain-sensing technologies for natural interactions. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham. Access from the University of Nottingham repository: http://eprints.nottingham.ac.uk/45136/1/Matthew.Pike.Thesis.Final.pdf …

EEG in the classroom: Synchronised neural recordings during video presentation
AT Poulsen, S Kamronn, J Dmochowski, LC Parra… – Scientific Reports, 2017 – nature.com
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Neural Correlates Of The Natural Observation Of An Emotionally Loaded Video
M Nanni, J Martinez-Soto, L Gonzalez-Santos… – bioRxiv, 2017 – biorxiv.org
Page 1. NEURAL CORRELATES OF THE NATURAL OBSERVATION OF AN EMOTIONALLY LOADED VIDEO Melanni Nanni1*, Joel Martínez-Soto1,2*, Leopoldo Gonzalez-Santos1, Fernando A. Barrios1,#. 1 Universidad Nacional …

A Narrative Inquiry Using Film to Teach Critical Thinking for Associate Degree Nursing Students in the Midwestern United States
BN Mackenzie – 2017 – search.proquest.com
A Narrative Inquiry Using Film to Teach Critical Thinking for Associate Degree Nursing Students in the Midwestern United States. Abstract. This narrative inquiry examined how students developed critical thinking skills for nursing …

Image Evaluation Using Biological Information
K Komine – nhk.or.jp
Page 1. FEATURE Images are evaluated from various viewpoints and for various reasons, not only to evaluate the performance of video systems but also to evaluate the aesthetic aspects of video content and its effects on viewers …

Demystifying neurology education: Understanding the malady of ‘neurophobia’ among medical students and promoting ‘neurophilia’
BP Shelley – Archives of Medicine and Health Sciences, 2017 – amhsjournal.org
… Medical students should be encouraged to read ‘neuro-novels’ (books by the British Neurologist Oliver Sacks), and be trained in Narrative medicine, and Cinemeducation (Neurocinema; The Diving Bell and the Butterfly on Locked in Syndrome; Awakenings on Encephalitis …

Saliency Prediction for Action Recognition
M Dorr, E Vig – Visual Content Indexing and Retrieval with Psycho …, 2017 – Springer
… In: Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, vol. 1, p. 5 (2006)Google Scholar. 17. Hasson, U., Landesman, O., Knappmeyer, B., Vallines, I., Rubin, N., Heeger, DJ: Neurocinematics: the neuroscience of film. Projections 2(1), 1–26 (2008)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 18 …

Strikingly Low Agreement in the Appraisal of Motion Pictures
P Wallisch, JA Whritner – Projections, 2017 – berghahnjournals.com
… J. Heeger. 2008. “Neurocinematics: The Neuroscience of Film.” Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind 2 (1): 1–26. doi:10.3167/proj.2008.020102. Hasson, Uri, Rafael Malach, and David J. Heeger. 2009. “Reliability of …

Reliability of fMRI time series: Similarity of neural processing during movie viewing
R Schmaelzle, MA Imhof, C Grall, T Flaisch, HT Schupp – bioRxiv, 2017 – biorxiv.org
Page 1. Reliability of fMRI time series: Similarity of neural processing during movie viewing Ralf Schmälzle1,2*, Martin A. Imhof2, Clare Grall1, Tobias Flaisch2, Harald T. Schupp2 1 Department of Communication, Michigan State …

Detecting and interpreting conscious experiences in behaviorally non-responsive patients
L Naci, L Sinai, AM Owen – NeuroImage, 2017 – Elsevier
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Designing computer-based learning contents: influence of digital zoom on attention
M Glaser, D Lengyel, C Toulouse, S Schwan – … Technology Research and …, 2017 – Springer
… Journal of Educational Psychology, 107(4), 1006–1018. doi:10.1037/edu0000044.CrossRef Google Scholar. Hasson, U., Landesman, O., Knappmeyer, B., Vallines, I., Rubin, N., & Heeger, DJ (2008). Neurocinematics: The neuroscience of film. Projections, 2(1), 1–26 …

The relation between movie clip characteristics and the evolution of neural reliability over time
V Kansen – 2017 – openaccess.leidenuniv.nl
Page 1. The Relation Between Movie Clip Characteristics And The Evolution of Neural Reliability Over Time. Vera Kansen Honours Research Bachelor Project – Reports Institute of Psychology – Leiden University July 2017 …

Listening to the Visual Arts
L Heylen – 2017 – openaccess.leidenuniv.nl
Page 1. Faculty of Humanities Lesley AC Heylen s1139797 Listening to the Visual Arts The Added Value of Sound in Contemporary Film and Video Art Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of …

The human brain views selfish behaviour towards genetic vs. non-genetic sibling differently
M Bacha-Trams, E Glerean, J Lahnakoski, E Ryyppo… – bioRxiv, 2017 – biorxiv.org
Page 1. 1 The human brain views selfish behaviour towards genetic vs. non-genetic sibling differently Mareike Bacha-Trams1,* Enrico Glerean 1, Juha Lahnakoski 1, 2, Elisa Ryyppö 1, Mikko Sams 1 and Iiro P. Jääskeläinen 1,3 …

Moral clarity in narratives elicits greater cooperation than moral ambiguity
RJ Lewis, M Grizzard, JM Mangus, P Rashidian… – Media …, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
Page 1. Moral Clarity in Narratives Elicits Greater Cooperation than Moral Ambiguity ROBERT JOEL LEWIS Stan Richards School of Advertising & Public Relations, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA MATTHEW …

Vital Models: The Making and Use of Models in the Brain Sciences
T Mahfoud, S McLean, N Rose – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. PROGRESS | N BR A | NRESE A RCH 233 Vital Models The Making and Use of Models in the Brain Sciences EDITED BY Tara Mahfoud, Sam McLean (AP and Nikolas Rose Page 2. Progress in Brain Research Volume …

A novel DE-PCCM feature for EEG-based emotion recognition
H Li, C Qing, X Xu, T Zhang – Security, Pattern Analysis, and …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… https://github.com/fchollet/keras, 2015. [15] CH Im, JH Lee, and JH Lim, “Neurocinematics based on passive bci: Decoding temporal change of emotional arousal during video watching from multi-channel eeg,” in Control Conference, 2015, pp …

One Hundred Years of Photoplay: Hugo Münsterberg’s Lasting Contribution to Cognitive Movie Psychology
A Baranowski, H Hecht – Projections, 2017 – berghahnjournals.com
Page 1. Projections Volume 11, Issue 2, Winter 2017: 1–21 © Berghahn Books doi: 10:3167/proj.2017.110202 ISSN 1934-9688 (Print), ISSN 1934-9696 (Online) One Hundred Years of Photoplay Hugo Münsterberg’s Lasting Contribution to Cognitive Movie Psychology …

Emotion classification using deep neural networks and emotional patches
J Huang, X Xu, T Zhang – Bioinformatics and Biomedicine …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… 2015. 2431497 [10] CH Im, JH Lee and JH Lim, ”Neurocinematics based on passive BCI: Decoding temporal change of emotional arousal during video watching from multi-channel EEG, ” 2015 10th Asian Control Conference (ASCC), Kota Kinabalu, 2015, pp. 1-3. doi: 10 …

36 Past and Future of Multi-Mind Brain–Computer Interfaces
D Valeriani, A Matran-Fernandez – davidevaleriani.it
Page 1. 685 36 Past and Future of Multi-Mind Brain–Computer Interfaces Davide Valeriani and Ana Matran-Fernandez Abstract The great improvements in brain–computer interface (BCI) performance that are brought upon by …

Consumer Neuroscience: Past, Present, and Future
UR Karmarkar, H Plassmann – Organizational Research …, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
In this article, we give an overview of the growing field of consumer neuroscience and discuss when and how it is useful to integrate neurophysiological data in…

Differential inter-subject correlation of brain activity when kinship is a variable in moral dilemma
M Bacha-Trams, E Glerean, R Dunbar… – Scientific Reports, 2017 – nature.com
Article.

SAMUEL B. BARNETT
M CERF – marketing.wharton.upenn.edu
Page 1. 1 A Ticket for Your Thoughts: Method for Predicting Content Recall and Sales Using Neural Similarity of Moviegoers SAMUEL B. BARNETT MORAN CERF Page 2. 2 Samuel B. Barnett (sam-barnett@northwestern.edu) is a doctoral candidate in the Northwestern …

Kessel Run: exploring cooperative behaviours in a multiplayer BCI game
CFS Moreira – 2017 – repositorio.ul.pt
… For example, brain activity from multiple persons can be measured and analysed for neuromarketing purposes: an example is neurocinematics [25], where similarities in spatiotemporal responses across movie viewers are studied. Real-time processing of 5 Page …

Synthetic Experiences: How Popular Culture Matters for Images of International Relations
JF Daniel III, P Musgrave – International Studies Quarterly, 2017 – academic.oup.com
Abstract. Many researchers assert that popular culture warrants greater attention from international relations scholars. Yet work regarding the effects of popu.

Cinema and the embodied mind: metaphor and simulation in understanding meaning in films
M Coëgnarts – Palgrave Communications, 2017 – nature.com
Article.

The Wiley Handbook of Human Computer Interaction Set
K Norman, J Kirakowski – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. ?ºlº HE º MA Mº??º NC; Page 2. Table of Contents Cover Volume 1 Title Page Notes on Contributors Acknowledgments Introduction: Human?Computer Interaction Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow A Very Human Fascination …

A ticket for your thoughts: Method for predicting content recall and sales using neural similarity of moviegoers
SB Barnett, M Cerf – Journal of Consumer Research, 2017 – academic.oup.com
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Movie-driven fMRI Reveals Network Asynchrony and Connectivity Alterations in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
A Bullen – 2017 – ir.lib.uwo.ca
Page 1. Western University Scholarship@Western Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository September 2017 Movie-driven f MRI Reveals Network Asynchrony and Connectivity Alterations in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Alenka Bullen The University of Western Ontario …

Neuromarketing: No Brain, No Gain!
T Nyoni, WG Bonga – 2017 – papers.ssrn.com
Page 1. Electronic copy available at: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2925857 Dynamic Research Journals (DRJ) Journal of Economics and Finance (DRJ-JEF) Volume 2 ~ Issue 2 (February, 2017) pp: 17-29 www.dynamicresearchjournals.org www.dynamicresearchjournals.org …

A Naturalistic Paradigm to Probe Conscious Information Processing During Sleep
MM Silverbrook – 2017 – ir.lib.uwo.ca
Page 1. Western University Scholarship@Western Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository June 2017 A Naturalistic Paradigm to Probe Conscious Information Processing During Sleep Max M. Silverbrook The University of Western Ontario …

What is the role of the film viewer? The effects of narrative comprehension and viewing task on gaze control in film
JP Hutson, TJ Smith, JP Magliano… – … research: principles and …, 2017 – Springer
Film is ubiquitous, but the processes that guide viewers’ attention while viewing film narratives are poorly understood. In fact, many film theorists and practitioners disagree on whether the film sti.

Memory-guided attention during active viewing of edited dynamic scenes
C Valuch, P König, U Ansorge – Journal of vision, 2017 – iovs.arvojournals.org

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