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Editing and Cognition Beyond Continuity

Karen Pearlman

cognitive scholars, I turn in this article to the question of whether more knowledge of what filmmakers, particularly editors, do could reciprocate by contributing refinements, complications, or new research questions to scholarship in cognition and film

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Beyond the Individual Body

Spinoza's Radical Enactivism and You Were Never Really Here

Francesco Sticchi

2002, 255–256 ; cf. Braidotti 2013, 93–94 ). As Charles Wolfe (2009) points out, Spinoza was the forerunner of a philosophical tradition indicating cognition as a social phenomenon (a tradition including Karl Marx, Lev Vygotsky, Alexander Luria, and

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Social Quality in China

An Analysis of the Evaluation of Different Classes

Cui Yan and Huang Yongliang

article, data from the 2017 Chinese Social Survey of the Institute of Sociology within the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences are collected and used to analyze and discuss each social class group’s cognition about the effect of the four conditional factors

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Understanding Indian Movies: Culture, Cognition, and Cinematic Imagination

Richard Allen

Review of Patrick Colm Hogan, UNDERSTANDING INDIAN MOVIES: CULTURE, COGNITION, AND CINEMATIC IMAGINATION

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Factors in the Development of Spatial Cognition in Boys and Girls

Assessing the Impacts of Biology and Navigational Experience

Mariah G. Schug

possible explanation for the sex difference in spatial cognition ( Munroe and Munroe 1971 ). The Munroes (1971) are not the only researchers to note sex differences in spatial reasoning abilities. The study of spatial cognition includes a broad range of

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How Movie Events Engage Childrens’ Brains to Combine Visual Attention with Domain-Specific Processing Involving Number and Theory of Mind in a Cinematic Arena

Daniel T. Levin, Andrew Mattarella-Micke, Madison J. Lee, Lewis J. Baker, Matthew A. Bezdek, and Bruce D. McCandliss

elaborated into a full-fledged theory of mind ( Gopnik, et al. 1994 ), so this form of cognition may be particularly interesting to study in the context of cinema ( Levin, et al. 2013 ). Typically, research exploring the role of domain-specific knowledge in

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Are Movies Making Us Smarter?

The Role of Cinematic Evolution in the Flynn Effect

Tim J. Smith, Claire Essex, and Rachael Bedford

-Allchorne et al. 2017 ). The direction of effects—whether screen time changed cognition or children with different cognitive profiles are differentially drawn to screen time—cannot be known from cross-sectional studies. Longitudinal Studies Longitudinal

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Noise, Sound and Fury in Macbeth

Elizabeth Mazzola

could operate along similar lines, trading information and shaping audiences in ways that reframed cognition, influenced political agency and informed how people construed the larger social world. Flooding London's streets and plastered inside taverns

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Racialized Disgust and Embodied Cognition in Film

Dan Flory

ignorance not theorized by Mills but that I believe can be based in recent work in embodied cognition, primarily the idea of disgust. 4 I suggest that we explicitly incorporate disgust and other embodied cognitive responses into Mills’s conception of how

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Reflective Ontology and Intuitive Credibility in Chinese Six Lines Prediction

William Matthews

is known about different forms of human cognition. In this view, the idea of ‘deep ontology’, as opposed to explicit accounts of kinds of beings, is profoundly unrealistic. It is impossible via ethnography to identify the underlying cognitive