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What Physiological Changes and Cerebral Traces Tell Us about Adhesion to Fiction During Theater-Watching?
- M. Metz-Lutz, Yannick Bressan, Nathalie Heider, H. Otzenberger
- Psychology, Medicine
- Front. Hum. Neurosci.
- 4 May 2010
The hypothesis of subtle changes in the subjects’ state of awareness, enabling them to mentally dissociate physical and mental (drama-viewing) experiences, to account for the phenomenon of adhesion to dramatic fiction is discussed. Expand
The Theatrical Stage Setting: A Tool for Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
- Yannick Bressan
The field of live performance offers to cognitive neuroscience precious resources and novel experimental designs with unsuspected potential. Based on an innovative interdisciplinary experiment… Expand