A Window on Reality

@article{Smith2012AWO,
  title={A Window on Reality},
  author={T. Smith and D. Levin and J. Cutting},
  journal={Current Directions in Psychological Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={21},
  pages={107 - 113}
}
Edited moving images entertain, inform, and coerce us throughout our daily lives, yet until recently, the way people perceive movies has received little psychological attention. We review the history of empirical investigations into movie perception and the recent explosion of new research on the subject using methods such as behavioral experiments, functional magnetic resonance imagery (fMRI) eye tracking, and statistical corpus analysis. The Hollywood style of moviemaking, which permeates a… Expand
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