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  • 1 Arts University in Bournemouth paul.taberham@googlemail.com
  • 2 Georgetown University klb257@georgetown.edu
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Contributor Notes

Paul Taberham, PhD, is senior lecturer in Animation Studies at the Arts University in Bournemouth. His articles have been published in Animation Journal and Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind. He is the coeditor of Cognitive Media Theory with Ted Nannicelli, and author of The Avant Garde Filmmaker as Practical Psychologist (Berghahn, forthcoming in 2017). Research interests include animation, film sound, avant-garde film, cognitive film theory, and humor.

Kaitlin Brunick is a postdoctoral fellow at the Children’s Digital Media Center at Georgetown University. Her research focuses on how low-level perceptual features of children’s media influence comprehension and learning by child viewers.

Projections

The Journal for Movies and Mind

  • Carroll, Noël. 1988. Mystifying Movies. New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Dissanayake, Ellen. 2010. “How the Arts Began.” in Evolution, Literature and Film: A Reader, ed. B. Boyd, J. Carroll, and J. Gottschall. New York: Columbia University Press. 144155

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  • Dutton, Dennis. 2010. “The Uses of Fiction.” in Evolution, Literature and Film: A Reader, ed. B. Boyd, J. Carroll, and J. Gottschall. New York: Columbia University Press. 184193

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  • Tooby, John, and Leda Cosmides. 2010. “Does Beauty Build Adapted Minds? Towards an Evolutionary Theory of Aesthetics, Fiction, and the Arts.” in Evolution, Literature and Film: A Reader, ed. B. Boyd, J. Carroll, and J. Gottschall. New York: Columbia University Press. 174183

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  • Chase, David. 1999–2007. The Sopranos. USA.

  • Hitchcock, Alfred. 1958. Vertigo. USA.

  • Morel, Pierre. 2008. Taken. USA.

  • Nolan, Christopher. 2000. Memento. USA.

  • Phillips, Todd. 2009. The Hangover. USA.

  • Serling, Rod. 1959–1964. The Twilight Zone. USA.

  • Star, Darren. 1998–2004. Sex and the City. USA.

  • Wachowski, Andy, and Lana Wachowski. 1999. The Matrix. USA.

  • Wilcox, Fred M. 1956. Forbidden Planet. USA.

  • Wyler, William. 1950. Sunset Boulevard. USA.

  • McDonagh, Martin. 2003. The Pillowman. UK.

  • Reza, Yasmina. 1994. Art. France.

  • Berman, Ruth A. 1988. “On the Ability to Relate Events in Narrative.” Discourse Processes 11(4): 469497, doi: 10.1080/01638538809544714.

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  • Brady, Timothy F., Talia Konkle, George A. Alvarez, and Aude Oliva. 2008. “Visual Long-Term Memory Has a Massive Storage Capacity for Object Details.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105(38): 1432514329, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0803390105.

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  • Correia, Sérgio P.C., Anthony Dickinson, and Nicola S. Clayton. 2007. “Western Scrub-Jays Anticipate Future Needs Independently of Their Current Motivational State.” Current Biology 17(10): 856861, doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2007.03.063.

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  • Heyes, Cecilia. 2010. “Where Do Mirror Neurons Come From?” Neuroscience & Behavioral Reviews 34(4): 575583, doi: 10.1016/j.neubiorev.2009.11.007.

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  • Hillemann, Friederike, Thomas Bugnyar, Kurt Kotrschal, and Claudia A.F. Wascher. 2014. “Waiting for Better, Not More: Corvids Respond to Quality in Two Delay Maintenance Tasks.” Animal Behaviour 90(1–10), doi: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2014.01.007.

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  • Lingnau, Angelika, Benno Gesierich, and Alfonso Caramazza. 2009. “Asymmetric fMRI Adaptation Reveals No Evidence for Mirror Neurons in Humans.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106(24): 99259930, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0902262106.

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  • Munk, Carmen, Günter D. Rey, Anna K. Diergarten, Gerhild Nieding, Wolfgang Schneider, and Peter Ohler. 2012. “Cognitive Processing of Film Cuts among 4to 8-Year-Old Children: An Eye Tracker Experiment.” European Psychologist 14(4): 257265, doi: 10.1027/1016-9040/a000098.

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  • Ravignani, Andrea, Daniel L. Bowling, and W. Tecumseh Fitch. 2014. “Chorusing, Synchrony, and the Evolutionary Functions of Rhythm.” Frontiers in Psychology 5: 1118, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01118.

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  • Allen, Woody. 2013. Blue Jasmine. USA.

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