About this Research Topic
The goal of this call is to increase the knowledge about how brain perceives and processes media content. By learning about viewers’ perception, better (more effective, more understandable) audio-visual content could be made. This could be of great interest for media creators who would benefit from knowledge of perceptual patterns; also for scientists using media content as stimuli in their investigations, who would have more information when designing their stimuli and variables in them; and it would also be of great interest for clinical purposes, since learning the correlations of audio-visual content and brain behaviour could inspire to new insights.
Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts in the following areas (or related ones):
• Cognitive neuroscience and perception of audio-visual content
• Visual perception of movies
• Neuroscience methods applied to media content
• Neurophysiology of media creators
• Neurophysiology of media viewers
Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts using techniques capable of approaching the brain activity of viewers, such as eye tracking, EEG, fMRI, and fNIRS, among others, from different strategies.
Keywords: neurocinematics, audio perception, visual perception, audio-visual content, cognitive neuroscience, neurophysiology, cognition, attention
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