It Doesn’t Seem_It, But It Is. A Neurofilmological Approach to the Subjective Experience of Moving-Image Time

Ruggero Eugeni, Stefania Balzarotti, Federica Cavaletti, Adriano D'Aloia, Adriano D’Aloia

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Abstract

This article illustrates the first steps of a research project concerning the “Subjective Experience and Estimation of Moving-Image Time” (SEEM_IT). After introducing the theoretical background of the research, that links time perception to the embodied experience of movement, the article presents the main empirical results of an experiment aimed at assessing how spectators’ time perception is affected by the style of editing and the type of represented action in short video clips. Though the style of editing played a major role in influencing SEEM_IT, it also significantly interacted with the type of represented action. The article reassesses these findings by discussing them within the theoretical framework of the research.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteThe Extended Theory of Cognitive Creativity
EditorA. Pennisi, A. Falzone
Pagine243-265
Numero di pagine23
DOI
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2020

Keywords

  • Film editing
  • Neurofilmologia
  • Percezione del tempo
  • Time perception
  • film semiotics
  • neurofilmology

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