The Geography of Film Viewing: What are the Implications of Cultural-Cognitive Differences for Cognitive Film Theory?

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    Abstract

    While many cognitive scientists assume that the fundamental nature of human cognitive faculties is universal, recent research suggests that cognitive differences exist between Westerners and East Asians. The goal of the proposed paper is to assess the potential implications of this research for the field of cognitive film theory.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProgram for Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image Conference, June 13-16, 2012
    Place of Publicationwww
    PublisherSCSMI
    Publication date2012
    Pages7
    Publication statusPublished - 2012
    Event2012 Conference for the Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image - Sarah Lawrence College and New York University, New York, United States
    Duration: 13 Jun 201216 Jun 2012
    http://scsmi-online.org/2012-conference-archive

    Conference

    Conference2012 Conference for the Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image
    LocationSarah Lawrence College and New York University
    CountryUnited States
    CityNew York
    Period13/06/201216/06/2012
    Internet address

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    Barratt, D. (2012). The Geography of Film Viewing: What are the Implications of Cultural-Cognitive Differences for Cognitive Film Theory? In Program for Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image Conference, June 13-16, 2012 (pp. 7). www: SCSMI.
    Barratt, Daniel. / The Geography of Film Viewing : What are the Implications of Cultural-Cognitive Differences for Cognitive Film Theory?. Program for Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image Conference, June 13-16, 2012. www : SCSMI, 2012. pp. 7
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    Barratt, D 2012, The Geography of Film Viewing: What are the Implications of Cultural-Cognitive Differences for Cognitive Film Theory? in Program for Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image Conference, June 13-16, 2012. SCSMI, www, pp. 7, New York, United States, 13/06/2012.

    The Geography of Film Viewing : What are the Implications of Cultural-Cognitive Differences for Cognitive Film Theory? / Barratt, Daniel.

    Program for Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image Conference, June 13-16, 2012. www : SCSMI, 2012. p. 7.

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