Neurocinema 2020


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Neurocinema or neurocinematics is how watching movies, or particular scenes from movies affect our brains, and the response the human brain gives to any given movie or scene.

  • Digital neurocinema
  • Neurocinematics

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100 Best 3D Brain Scan Videos100 Best Transmedia Storytelling Videos


Neurocinematics
C Grall, R Schmälzle – The International Encyclopedia of Media …, 2020 – Wiley Online Library
Movies strongly influence audiences, despite being mere representations of real life. They make us jump, cry, laugh, and scream. They educate and even inspire the formation of large social communities. What are the mechanisms that bring about these strong effects? For decades, many …

Evaluation of Neurocinema as An Introduction to an Interdisciplinary Science
AN Moghadasi – CINEJ Cinema Journal, 2020 – cinej.pitt.edu
Neurocinema is considered as one of the emerging interdisciplinary sciences and relies on neuroscience discoveries to explore various aspects of the movie effect on the viewer’s brain. The mentioned science not only investigates this effect but also seeks to answer how …

A Neurocinematic Study of the Suspense Effects in Hitchcock’s Psycho
Y Wang, Y Wang – Frontiers in Communication, 2020 – frontiersin.org
As a new and rapidly emerging cross-disciplinary research field, neurocinematics focuses on movie research from an empirical perspective, adopting functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and other cognitive neuroscience technologies as well as theoretical …

Methodology for the neurocinematic analysis of film transitions through cuts to the next shot using the electroencephalogram
JS Aznar, LS Gómez, LE Bruni – Communication & Methods, 2020 – vbn.aau.dk
The objective of this paper is to present a methodological approach to develop a neurocinematic study of film transitions through cuts to the next shot. Specifically, the study was carried out by analyzing the event-related desynchronization/synchronizationof of the …

Neurocinema/TICS, The (Brain) Child Of Film And Neuroscience
R Ceciu – Journal of Communication and Behavioural Sciences, 2020 – ceeol.com
This paper examines the evolution of cinema since its initial paradigms to the present-day experiments where film and neuroscience have joined to give birth to a new form of art–the ‘scientific art’of neurocinematics. It looks at the inter-and multidisciplinary exchange between …

Using interactive video to improve the Business Administration Knowledge and the Decision Making’s skill. A case study
L Denicolai, S Secinaro – INTED2020, 2020 – iris.unito.it
… Current studies on neurocinematics and neurocognitive approaches to films, narrations and mediated experiences highlight the power of the image and movies to favour the identification in heroes and characters of a visual fiction product …

Inter-subject correlations during natural viewing: A filter-bank approach
A Gait, V Duisenbinov, MH Lee… – 2020 42nd Annual …, 2020 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… The combination of neuroimaging methods for cinematic use cases has become popular under the term neurocinematics. Neurocinematics is a field of neuroscience that studies how films affect the viewers state of mind and emotions …

Studying the Influence of Gender on Gaze Point of Cinema Viewers with Eye Tracker Headset: The Case of Separation Movie
A Azarsa, MR Daliri, MR Yeganeh Dost… – Honar–Ha-Ye-Ziba …, 2020 – jfadram.ut.ac.ir
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Cinema, Life and Other Viruses: The Future of Filmmaking, Film Education and Film Studies in the Age of Covid-19 Pandemic
M Akser – CINEJ Cinema Journal, 2020 – cinej.pitt.edu
… In Abdorreza Naser Moghadasi’s “Evaluation of Neurocinema as An Introduction to an Interdisciplinary Page 8 … Science” looks at neurocinema as way of investigating film whose content includes patients’ neurological and psychiatric problems (Naser Moghasai 2020) …

Cinema, MD: A History of Medicine on Screen
EFM Wijdicks – 2020 – books.google.com
… Although I touch on them here, they are explored in much greater detail in my previous book, Neurocinema.1 An encyclopedic discussion of all the films depicting medical situations would be repetitious and tedious … Neurocinema: When Film Meets Neurology …

Methodology for Detection of ERD/ERS EEG Patterns Produced by Cut Events in Film Fragments
JS Aznar, C Aguilar-Paredes… – … Conference on Human …, 2020 – Springer
… Methodology EEG Power change ERD/ERS Multiple inputs Isolate inputs Neurocinematics Permutation test Spearman Slope analysis Shot change … It has become customary in neurocinematic studies to compare between the signals recorded by the same electrode in the …

Design of Wearable EEG Devices Specialized for Passive Brain–Computer Interface Applications
S Park, CH Han, CH Im – Sensors, 2020 – mdpi.com
… pBCI technology has been used in various applications, such as neuromarketing [11,12], neurocinematics [13], neuroeducation [14], sleep monitoring [15], sensorial evaluation [16], driver vigilance detection [17], and human factor evaluation [18,19,20] …

Did you see what I saw?: Comparing Viewer Synchrony When Watching 360 Video in HMD vs Flat Screen
H Farmer, C Bevan, D Green, M Rose, K Cater… – eps.ac.uk
… 24, no. 4, pp. 1633–1642, 2018. [5] Hasson, U. et al., “Neurocinematics: The neuroscience of film”, Projections, 2(1), pp. 1–26, 2008 [6] R. Adolphs, L. Nummenmaa, A. Todorov, and JV Haxby, “Data-driven approaches in the investigation of social perception,” Philos. Trans …

HyPyP: a Hyperscanning Python Pipeline for inter-brain connectivity analysis
A Ayrolles, F Brun, P Chen, A Djalovski… – Social Cognitive and …, 2021 – academic.oup.com
Abstract. The bulk of social neuroscience takes a ‘stimulus-brain’ approach, typically comparing brain responses to different types of social stimuli, but most.

Implications of Neuromarketing Research in Designing the Marketing Strategies
N Hamilton – International Journal, 2020 – gyanvihar.org
… the upstart practice of “neurocinema,” the method of using neurofeedback to help moviemakers vet and refine film elements such as scripts, characters, plots, scenes, and effects. Princeton University psychology professor Uri Hasson coined the term “neurocinematics” based on …

fMRI-based Decoding of Visual Information from Human Brain Activity: A Brief Review
S Huang, W Shao, ML Wang, DQ Zhang – International Journal of …, 2021 – Springer
One of the most significant challenges in the neuroscience community is to understand how the human brain works. Recent progress in neuroimaging techniques.

HyPyP: a Hyperscanning Python Pipeline
A Ayrolles, F Brun, P Chen, A Djalovski, Y Beauxis… – 2020 – academia.edu
… The associated multi-brain neuroscience mixed real-time hyperscanning studies —with focus on social interaction— and post-recording multi-brain analyses —with focus on naturalistic perception, eg neurocinema. First, fMRI results demonstrated how the brain dynamics are …

Film studies and the experimental method
M Slugan – NECSUS_European Journal of Media Studies, 2020 – mediarep.org
… In the same vein, out of six members of Hasson’s team who proposed the new field of neurocinematics as the neuroscience of film only one comes from a film department.[12] Sim- ilarly, in an edited volume that outlines psychocinematics as the science of film aesthetics only …

How filmmakers guide the eye: The effect of average shot length on intersubject attentional synchrony.
ET Gannon, MA Grubb – … of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2020 – psycnet.apa.org
Page 1. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts How Filmmakers Guide the Eye: The Effect of Average Shot Length on Intersubject Attentional Synchrony Erin T. Gannon and Michael A. Grubb Online First Publication, June 18, 2020 …

Hype, hyperscanning and embodied social neuroscience
A Hamilton – 2020 – psyarxiv.com
… https://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2015.0366 Hasson, U., & Landesman, O. (2008). Neurocinematics: The neuroscience of film. …, 2(1), 1–26. http://ohadlandesman.com/pdf/Neurocinematics- Projections2008.pdf Hasson, U., Nir, Y., Levy, I., Fuhrmann, G., & Malach, R. (2004) …

Designing Binge-Worthy Courses: Pandemic Pleasures and COVID?19 Consequences
N Ebner, EE Greenberg – Negotiation Journal, 2020 – Wiley Online Library
… Researchers in neurocinematics, an emerging specialty of neuroscience studying the brain’s reaction to film and television, have found that … Furthermore, as we learned from the neurocinematic researchers, an important aspect of creating contexts is deciding whether or not to …

It’s the Way You Tell It: Conflicting Narratives in the 2011, 2015, and 2019 Canadian Federal Elections
S Borins, B Herst – What Political Science Can Learn from the Humanities, 2021 – Springer
… Film theorists pursuing a “cognitive/perceptual” or “neurocinematic” approach are increasingly focusing on the interplay between film’s “direct appeal to sight and hearing” (Plantinga 2009: 112), its narrative structures, and its elicitation of an emotional response (Plantinga 2009 …

Between-subject correlation of heart rate variability predicts movie preferences
TY So, MYE Li, H Lau – Plos one, 2021 – journals.plos.org
… Hasson and colleagues coined the term “Neurocinematics”, focusing on bringing cognitive neuroscience and film studies together to understand how the viewer’s brain activity is evoked by audiovisuals [7, 8]. Inter-subject correlation (ISC) was used to analyze the similarities in …

On Animatics: FREEDOM FREEDOM FREEDOM
J Sutcliffe – Art Monthly, 2020 – search.proquest.com
… Levitt populates her prognosis with many examples of this confluence, from the field of neurocinematics, in which patients are collectively subjected to FMRI scans while watching dramatic sequences of popular film so that collective neurological responses to struc- tured …

Jacob T. Fisher, Chelsea Lonergan
FR Hopp, RÉ Weber – The Oxford Handbook of Entertainment …, 2021 – books.google.com
… Of special interest to entertainment scholars is the emerging field of neurocinematics—- the study of the influence of structural and content features in media narratives on Page 374 … Neurocinematics: The neuroscience of film. Projections, 2 (1), 1–26. https://doi. org/10.3167/ proj …

Beehive Narratology? Why Narrative Research should not Ignore Complexity Theory
R Sommer – DIEGESIS, 2020 – diegesis.uni-wuppertal.de
… If there was an award for the most complex argument in a volume on com- plexity, Pia Tikka and Mauri Kaipainen’s neurocinematic approach to “Inter- subjectivity, Idiosyncrasy, and Narrative Deixis” would be a strong contender …

Neuropsychological underpinnings of emotional responsiveness to media
EA Konijn, M Achterberg – The International Encyclopedia of …, 2020 – Wiley Online Library
Responding emotionally to a movie, video game, Instagram post, or a social robot is quite a common experience. Whereas the experience felt is real, the mediated encounter or message often is fabric…

Perceptions of a Group of Medical Students Regarding the Issue of Abortion: A Qualitative Analysis.
M Demir, ? Kele?, NB ÖRNEK – T?p E?itimi Dünyas? – dergipark.org.tr
Page 1. T?p E?itimi Dünyas? / Ocak-Nisan 2021 / Say? 60 5 Bir Grup T?p Ö?rencisinin ?stemli Dü?ük Konusundaki Alg?lar?: Nitel Bir Analiz Perceptions of a Group of Medical Students Regarding the Issue of Induced Abortion: A Qualitative Analysis …

Communication neuroscience: Theory, methodology and experimental approaches
R Schmälzle, D Meshi – Communication methods and measures, 2020 – Taylor & Francis
ABSTRACTThe human brain is our primary biological organ of communication. The brain acts as both the sender and receiver of messages and underpins our fundamental ability to communicate and interac…

Designing symbiotic composing
I Kosunen, A Väljamäe – Acoustical Science and Technology, 2020 – jstage.jst.go.jp
… His current psychophysiology research concerns how audiovisual media influence humans on perceptual, cognitive and emotional levels, with particular stress on well-being and new media applications (neurocinema, neurotheatre) …

Cinematic Space in Virtual Production
K Ilmaranta – International Conference on Augmented Reality, Virtual …, 2020 – Springer
… in The Embodied Mind (1991) developing the enactive perspective on cognition [22]. Some revelatory work in film is also presented by Pia Tikka, a brain researcher in neurocinematics and the founder of the Enactive Virtuality Lab in Tallinn …

Arnold, Matthew, 76 Aronofsky, Darren, 121 art/artwork altruism in, 45, 58 beauty in, 1–2, 22, 78
HB Adams, AP Act, C Brazzaville, A Al Aswany… – artificial intelligence … – cambridge.org
… 110 national identity, 2, 5, 75, 87–88, 92, 153 National Institute for the Child, Angola, 53 national security copyright taskforce, 184 nationalism, 75–78, 91, 179 Nazi propaganda, 158 negative liberty, 135 Neruda, Pablo, 78, 173 Netflix, 132 neurocinema, 119 NeuroFocus, 119 …

Brain activity forecasts video engagement in an internet attention market
LC Tong, MY Acikalin, A Genevsky… – Proceedings of the …, 2020 – National Acad Sciences
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How Motion Shapes Thought in Cinema: The Embodied Film Style of Éric Rohmer
M Coëgnarts – Projections, 2020 – berghahnjournals.com
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Pedagogical Experiment with Portrait Lighting in Combination with different Actor’s intent in the case of novice Actors
E Lotman – International Journal of Film and Media Arts, 2020 – revistas.ulusofona.pt
… ibid.). Contemporary neurocinematic research has connected the activity in the cortical region specialized on face process- ing, the fusiform face area, to the viewing and experiencing close-ups in film (Hasson et al 2004). Cognitive …

Mediated messages and synchronized brains
R Schmälzle, C Grall – … Science and Biology. New York, NY …, 2020 – books.google.com
… Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16, 114–121. Hasson, U., Landesman, O., Knappmeyer, B., Vallines, I., Rubin, N., & Heeger, DJ (2008). Neurocinematics: The neuroscience of film. Projections, 2, 1–26. Hasson, U., Malach, R., & Heeger, DJ (2010) …

The effect of media professionalization on cognitive neurodynamics during audiovisual cuts
C Andreu-Sánchez, MÁ Martín-Pascual… – Frontiers in Systems …, 2021 – frontiersin.org
… content after cuts. Keywords: neurocinematics, professionalization, expertise, connectivity, visual perception, film cuts INTRODUCTION Professionalization in anything requires expertise along with a long-time training. As a result …

Neurophobia: why, how much, consequences and solutions
V Hernando-Requejo – MedEdPublish, 2020 – mededpublish.org
MedEdPublish (ISSN 2312–7996) is a highly visible, open access, specialist practitioner e-journal that enables academics, teachers, clinicians, researchers and students to publish their experiences, views and research findings relating to teaching, learning and assessment in medical …

Deep fakes and memory malleability: false memories in the service of fake news
N Liv, D Greenbaum – AJOB neuroscience, 2020 – Taylor & Francis
… doi: 10.1111/j.0963-7214.2005.00390.x. [Crossref], [Web of Science ®], [Google Scholar]; Hasson, U., O. Landesman, B. Knappmeyer, I. Vallines, N. Rubin, and DJ Heeger. 2008. Neurocinematics: The neuroscience of film. Projections 2(1): 1–26. doi: 10.3167/proj.2008.020102 …

A studyforrest extension, an annotation of spoken language in the German dubbed movie “Forrest Gump” and its audio-description
CO Häusler, M Hanke – F1000Research, 2021 – f1000research.com
Read the original article in full on F1000Research: A studyforrest extension, an annotation of spoken language in the German dubbed movie “Forrest Gump” and its audio-description.

Brain meta-state transitions demarcate thoughts across task contexts exposing the mental noise of trait neuroticism
J Tseng, J Poppenk – Nature communications, 2020 – nature.com
… Neurocinematics studies have shown that well-made movies induce similar brain activity across participants in widespread low- to higher-order areas 14,15 , and that some structures such as the hippocampus and angular gyrus are specifically tuned to event boundaries 11 …

Journey of neuroscience: marketing management to organizational behavior
R Chattopadhyay – Management Research Review, 2020 – emerald.com
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the advancement of neuroscience research works in the domains of marketing management and organizational behavior and its future scope for expansion in the area of organizational behavior.,A total of 77 neuroscience research …

Solid Organ Transplantation: Donors and Recipients in 21 Grams (2003)
MS Rosenthal – Healthcare Ethics on Film, 2020 – Springer
… In 21 Grams, Cristina’s husband dies by neurological criteria. Neurologist Eelco Wijdicks, in his book, Neurocinema (Wijdicks 2015) notes this: Two physicians approach Cristina and tell her, “Your husband suffered multiple skull fractures …

20. The Culture of Violence in the New Romanian Cinema: The Influence of Michael Haneke Aesthetics
MV Deaca – academia.edu
… Michael Haneke’s Aesthetic of Fragmentation”, in R. Grundmann (ed.), A Companion to Michael Haneke, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 371–419. Hasson, Uri (2008), “Neurocinematics: The Neuroscience of Film”, Projections, Volume 2, Issue 1, Summer 2008, pp. 16–17. Page 14 …

Multivariate Identification of Functional Neural Networks Underpinning Humorous Movie Viewing
FH Lin, HJ Lee, WJ Kuo, IP Jääskeläinen – Frontiers in Psychology, 2020 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

It Doesn’t Seem_It, But It Is. A Neurofilmological Approach to the Subjective Experience of Moving-Image Time
R Eugeni, S Balzarotti, F Cavaletti, A D’Aloia – The Extended Theory of …, 2020 – Springer
This article illustrates the first steps of a research project concerning the “Subjective Experience and Estimation of Moving-Image Time” (SEEM_IT). After introducing the theoretical background of…

Broadcast Technology
M Morinaga, SDD Kuroda – nhk.or.jp
Page 1. BROADCAST TECHNOLOGY NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories ISSN 1345-4099 CONTENTS no.67 STRL Bulletin Winter 2017 NHK STRL Wins Engineering Emmy Award! 1 -NHK STRL Wins Engineering Emmy Award …

Exploration of human movement processing in autism spectrum disorder
D Nijhof, P Regener, N Kim, J Tohka, JP Kauppi… – 2020 – researchsquare.com
Page 1. 1 Preprint: Please note that this article has not completed peer review. Exploration of human movement processing in autism spectrum disorder CURRENT STATUS: POSTED Dewy Nijhof University of Glasgow School of Psychology …

New perspectives on an imperfect cinema: Smartphones, spectatorship, and screen culture 2.0
K Szita – NECSUS_European Journal of Media Studies, 2020 – mediarep.org
Page 1. Repositorium für die Medienwissenschaft Kata Szita New perspectives on an imperfect cinema: Smartphones, spectatorship, and screen culture 2.0 2020-07-06 https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/14317 Veröffentlichungsversion …

Effectful advertising?
H Krebs – Telecinematic Stylistics, 2020 – books.google.com
… Moreover, further empirical studies from an interdisciplinary perspective, especially including reception studies or the rather new branch of neurocinematics, might offer closer insights into the applicability and scope of this relevance theoretic framework for film trailers …

A Practical Introduction to Network Neuroscience for Communication Researchers
JT Fisher, FR Hopp, R Weber – Communication Methods and …, 2020 – Taylor & Francis
The increasing adoption of brain imaging methods has greatly augmented our understanding of the neural underpinnings of communication processes. Enabled by recent advancements in mathematics and co…

Data-driven creativity for screen production students: developing and testing learning materials involving audience biometrics
S Bender, B Sung – Digital Creativity, 2020 – Taylor & Francis
This article presents the Data-Driven Creativity Project (DDCP) materials designed to enhance screen students’ understandings of how aesthetic choices impact the audience. The project first collect…

Godard boomerang: artists on godardian conceptualism
C Stracke – 2020 – helda.helsinki.fi
Page 1. 1 Caspar Stracke (Ed.) GODARD BOOMERANG Godardian Conceptialism and the Moving Image Francois Bucher Chto Delat Lee Ellickson Irmgard Emmelhainz Mike Hoolboom Gareth James Constanze Ruhm David …

Distinct neural mechanisms of social orienting and mentalizing revealed by independent measures of neural and eye movement typicality
M Ramot, C Walsh, GE Reimann, A Martin – Communications biology, 2020 – nature.com
Extensive study of typically developing individuals and those on the autism spectrum has identified a large number of brain regions associated with our ability to navigate the social world. Although it is widely appreciated that this so-called “social brain” is composed of distinct, interacting …

Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts
ET Gannon, MA Grubb – 2020 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts How Filmmakers Guide the Eye: The Effect of Average Shot Length on Intersubject Attentional Synchrony Erin T. Gannon and Michael A. Grubb Online First Publication, June 18, 2020 …

A good story well told: storytelling components that impact science video popularity on YouTube
T Huang, WJ Grant – Frontiers in Communication, 2020 – frontiersin.org
Storytelling plays a crucial role in science communication, but little research has investigated how it impacts the popularity of science videos. This study examined storytelling components in 306 popular YouTube science videos and revealed significant relationships between video …

HOW DEEP THE RABBIT HOLE GOES
C Whyte – Information Warfare in the Age of Cyber Conflict, 2020 – books.google.com
Page 223. 14 HOW DEEP THE RABBIT HOLE GOES Escalation, deterrence and the “deeper” challenges of information warfare in the age of the Internet Christopher Whyte Few artifacts of modern society capture the ideational …

Synchronized eye movements predict test scores in online video education
J Madsen, SU Julio, PJ Gucik… – Proceedings of the …, 2021 – National Acad Sciences
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Examining the relationship between social cognition and neural synchrony during movies in children with and without autism
KM Lyons, RA Stevenson, AM Owen, B Stojanoski – bioRxiv, 2020 – biorxiv.org
Page 1. Examining the relationship between social cognition and neural synchrony during movies in children with and without autism Lyons, KMa,b,*, Stevenson, RAa,b, Owen, AMa,b,c, & Stojanoski, Ba,b a The Brain and Mind …

Did you see what I saw?: Comparing attentional synchrony during 360° video viewing in head mounted display and tablets.
H Farmer, C Bevan, D Green, M Rose… – Journal of …, 2020 – psycnet.apa.org
Page 1. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied Did You See What I Saw?: Comparing Attentional Synchrony During 360° Video Viewing in Head Mounted Display and Tablets H. Farmer, C. Bevan, D. Green, M. Rose, K …

Shaping film: A quantitative formal analysis of contemporary empathy-eliciting Hollywood cinema
T Lankhuizen, KE Bálint, M Savardi… – … , Creativity, and the …, 2020 – researchgate.net
Page 1. FORMAL ANALYSIS OF EMPATHY-ELICITING CINEMA 1 Shaping Film: A Quantitative Formal Analysis of Contemporary Empathy-eliciting Hollywood Cinema Tess Lankhuizen1, Katalin E. Bálint1, Mattia Savardi2, Elly A. Konijn1, Anne Bartsch3, and Sergio Benini2 …

Prof. Dr. Nanna Heidenreich Second examiner: Prof. Lena Thiele Submitted by: Handuo Zhang
B Class – 2020 – handuozhang.com
Page 1. Master’s thesis to obtain the degree Master of Arts (MA) in the study program DIGITAL NARRATIVES (MA) Class B (2018-2020) of the ifs internationale filmschule köln Title: “The Concept of Universal Language: An Investigation across discourses and media” …

How Motion Shapes Thought in Cinema
M Coëgnarts – academia.edu
Page 1. Projections Volume 14, Issue 2, Summer 2020: 26–47 © Berghahn Books doi: 10:3167/proj.2020.140203 ISSN 1934-9688 (Print), ISSN 1934-9696 (Online) How Motion Shapes Thought in Cinema The Embodied Film Style of Éric Rohmer Maarten Coëgnarts …

Relationships between depressive symptoms and brain responses during emotional movie viewing emerge in adolescence
DC Gruskin, MD Rosenberg, AJ Holmes – NeuroImage, 2020 – Elsevier
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Social perspective-taking shapes brain hemodynamic activity and eye movements during movie viewing
M Bacha-Trams, E Ryyppö, E Glerean… – Social cognitive and …, 2020 – academic.oup.com
Abstract. Putting oneself into the shoes of others is an important aspect of social cognition. We measured brain hemodynamic activity and eye-gaze patterns whil.

Women “in motion”: the kinaesthetic viewing experience in Chinese viral advertising films
B Biehl – Consumption Markets & Culture, 2020 – Taylor & Francis
Visual imagery provides aesthetic experiences for viewers, and viral advertising films address viewers’ experience of movement which has not been analysed. Developing visual analyses, this study us…

Subtypes of brain activation are heritable and genetically linked with behavior in the Human Connectome Project sample
Y Benhajali, AP Badhwar, S Urchs, C Moreau… – 2020 – psyarxiv.com
Page 1. Subtypes of brain activation are heritable and genetically linked with behavior in the Human Connectome Project sample Benhajali Yassine?1,2?, Badhwar AmanPreet?2?, Urchs Sebastian?2,4? , Moreau Clara?5 …

The coupled brains of captivated audiences: An investigation of the collective brain dynamics of an audience watching a suspenseful film.
R Schmälzle, C Grall – Journal of Media Psychology: Theories …, 2020 – psycnet.apa.org
Page 1. Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications The Coupled Brains of Captivated Audiences: An Investigation of the Collective Brain Dynamics of an Audience Watching a Suspenseful Film Ralf Schmälzle …

Optimizing Preprocessing of fMRI Data to Maximize Correspondence of Functional Anatomy Across Individuals
N Ghazaleh – 2020 – ir.lib.uwo.ca
Page 1. Western University Scholarship@Western Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository September 2020 Optimizing Preprocessing of fMRI Data to Maximize Correspondence of Functional Anatomy Across Individuals …

Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts
CEEH Cinema – 2020 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts Shaping Film: A Quantitative Formal Analysis of Contemporary Empathy-Eliciting Hollywood Cinema Tess Lankhuizen, Katalin E. Bálint, Mattia Savardi, Elly A. Konijn …

Personal Narratives and the Alignment of Audience Brain Responses
C Grall – 2020 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. PERSONAL NARRATIVES AND THE ALIGNMENT OF AUDIENCE BRAIN RESPONSES By Clare Grall A DISSERTATION Submitted to Michigan State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Communication—Doctor of Philosophy 2020 …

Neural Transition Metric in fMRI: Categorization and Application
Y Lu – qspace.library.queensu.ca
Page 1. NEURAL TRANSITION METRIC IN FMRI: CATEGORIZATION AND APPLICATION by Yun Lu A thesis submitted to the Department of Psychology In conformity with the requirements for the degree of Master of Science Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario, Canada …

Mapping the organization and dynamics of the posterior medial network during movie watching
R Cooper, K Kurkela, SW Davis, M Ritchey – bioRxiv, 2020 – biorxiv.org
Page 1. 1 Mapping the organization and dynamics of the posterior medial network during movie watching Rose A. Cooper ¹*, Kyle A. Kurkela ¹, Simon W. Davis 2, & Maureen Ritchey ¹ ¹ Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Boston College …

Brain-Environment Alignment during Movie Watching Predicts Cognitive-Affective Function in Adulthood
R Petrican, KS Graham, AD Lawrence – bioRxiv, 2020 – biorxiv.org
Page 1. Brain-Environment Alignment 1 Running head: Brain-Environment Alignment 1 2 Brain-Environment Alignment during Movie Watching Predicts Cognitive-Affective 3 Function in Adulthood 4 Raluca Petrican, Kim S. Graham and Andrew D. Lawrence 5 …

Homotopic Coupling in Persons with Epilepsy using Movie-driven and Resting-state fMRI
CM Chadwick – 2020 – ir.lib.uwo.ca
Page 1. Western University Scholarship@Western Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository 8-28-2020 10:00 AM Homotopic Coupling in Persons with Epilepsy using Movie-driven and Resting-state fMRI Caroline M. Chadwick, The University of Western Ontario …

Cognitive Resources Are Recruited Consistently Across People During Story Listening
MT Bain – 2020 – ir.lib.uwo.ca
Page 1. Western University Scholarship@Western Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository 10-15-2020 2:00 PM Cognitive Resources Are Recruited Consistently Across People During Story Listening Matthew T. Bain, The University of Western Ontario …

Towards a Video Consumer Leaning Spectrum: A Medium-Centric Approach
S Chan-Olmsted, LC Wolter… – Nordic Journal of Media …, 2020 – journals.aau.dk
Page 1. Nordic Journal of Media Management Issue 1(2), 2020, DOI: 10.5278/njmm.2597- 0445.4600 To Cite This Article: Chan-Olmsted, S., Wolter, L.-C., & Adam, ED (2020). Towards a Video Consumer Leaning Spectrum: A Medium-Centric Approach …

Social and emotional representations in the human brain
H Goldberg – 2020 – weizmann.esploro.exlibrisgroup.com
Page 1. Hagar Goldberg, PhD thesis Page 1 Thesis for the degree Doctor of Philosophy By Hagar Goldberg Advisor: Prof. Rafael Malach May 2016 Submitted to the Scientific Council of the Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot, Israel

Becoming Other; Virtual Embodiment–Blurring the Self-Other Binary
DH Landau – 2020 – aaltodoc.aalto.fi
Page 1. BECOMING OTHER Daniel Landau BECOMING OTHER Virtual Embodiment – Blurring the Self-Other Binary Virtual Embodiment – Blurring the Self-Other Binary Daniel Landau Department of Media, Aalto University Page 2 …

Postcinematic Vision: The Coevolution of Moving-image Media and the Spectator
RF Cook – 2020 – books.google.com
Page 1. Postcinematic Vision Page 2. Postcinematic Vision The Coevolution of Moving- Image Media and the Spectator Roger F. Cook University of Minnesota Press Minneapolis Page 3. London Page 4. Copyright 2020 by the …

Eliciting Fear in Psycho (1960), Halloween (1978) and The Shining (1980)
R Long – 2020 – research-repository.griffith.edu.au
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