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100 1  Anderson, Joseph D 
245 10 Moving Image Theory :|bEcological Considerations 
264  1 Carbondale :|bSouthern Illinois University Press,|c2007 
264  4 |c©2004 
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505 0  Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -
       - Preliminary Considerations -- Part One. Information 
       Available in Moving Images -- 1. Perceiving Scenes in Film
       and in the World -- 2. The Value of Oriented Geometry for 
       Ecological Psychology and Moving Image Art -- Part Two. 
       Perception of Simulated Human Motion -- 3. Creating 
       Realistic Motion -- 4. Perceiving Human Motion in 
       Synthesized Images -- Part Three. Acoustic Events -- 5. 
       Background Tracks in Recent Cinema -- 6. Acoustic 
       Specification of Object Properties -- Part Four. 
       Information in Facial Expression -- 7. Three Views of 
       Facial Expression and Its Understandingin the Cinema -- 8.
       Facial Motion as a Cue to Identity -- Part Five. Coupling 
       of Perception and Emotion -- 9. Film Lighting and Mood -- 
       10. Cinematic Creation of Emotion -- Part Six. Appeals of 
       Reality-Based Moving Images -- 11. Documentary's Peculiar 
       Appeals -- 12. Reality Programming: Evolutionary Models of
       Film and Television Viewership -- Part Seven. Events, 
       Symbols, and Metaphors -- 13. Through Alice's Glass: The 
       Creation and Perception of Other Worlds in Movies, 
       Pictures, and Virtual Reality -- 14. Metaphors in Movies -
       - Contributors -- Index -- Back Cover 
520    Blending unconventional film theory with nontraditional 
       psychology to provide a radically different set of 
       critical methods and propositions about cinema, Moving 
       Image Theory: Ecological Considerations looks at film 
       through its communication properties rather than its 
       social or political implications. Drawing on the tenets of
       James J. Gibson's ecological theory of visual perception, 
       the fifteen essays and forty-one illustrations gathered 
       here by editors Joseph D. Anderson and Barbara Fisher 
       Anderson offer a new understanding of how moving images 
       are seen and understood.   Focusing on a more 
       straightforward perception of the world and cinema in an 
       attempt to move film theory closer to reality, Moving 
       Image Theory proposes that we should first understand how 
       cinema communicates information about the representation 
       of the three-dimensional world through properties of image
       and sound 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Motion pictures -- Psychological aspects.;Motion picture 
       audiences -- Psychology 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Anderson, Barbara Fisher 
700 1  Bordwell, David 
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