Jordan DeLong
Jordan DeLong
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Attention and the evolution of Hollywood film
JE Cutting, JE DeLong, CE Nothelfer
Psychological science 21 (3), 432-439, 2010
Quicker, faster, darker: Changes in Hollywood film over 75 years
JE Cutting, KL Brunick, JE DeLong, C Iricinschi, A Candan
i-Perception 2 (6), 569-576, 2011
Visual activity in Hollywood film: 1935 to 2005 and beyond.
JE Cutting, JE DeLong, KL Brunick
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 5 (2), 115, 2011
Film through the Human Visual System: Finding Patterns and Limits
JE DeLong, KL Brunick, JE Cutting
Social Science of the Cinema, 2012
Low-level features of film: What they are and why we would be lost without them.
KL Brunick, JE Cutting, JE DeLong
Oxford University Press, 2013
The changing poetics of the dissolve in Hollywood film
JE Cutting, KL Brunick, JE DeLong
Empirical Studies of the Arts 29 (2), 149-169, 2011
How act structure sculpts shot lengths and shot transitions in Hollywood film
JE Cutting, KL Brunick, JE DeLong
Projections 5 (1), 1-16, 2011
Adaptation modulates the electrophysiological substrates of perceived facial distortion: Support for opponent coding
A Burkhardt, LM Blaha, BS Jurs, G Rhodes, L Jeffery, D Wyatte, J DeLong, ...
Neuropsychologia 48 (13), 3743-3756, 2010
Added noise affects the neural correlates of upright and inverted faces differently
BL Schneider, JE DeLong, TA Busey
Journal of Vision 7 (4), 4-4, 2007
Shot structure in Hollywood film
CE Nothelfer, JE DeLong, JE Cutting
Indiana Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science 4, 103-113, 2009
On shot lengths and film acts: A revised view
JE Cutting, KL Brunick, J DeLong
Projections 6 (1), 142-145, 2012
Reverse correlating love: Highly passionate women idealize their partner’s facial appearance
G Gunaydin, JE DeLong
PLoS One 10 (3), e0121094, 2015
Horseshoes, handgrenades, and model fitting: the lognormal distribution is a pretty good model for shot-length distribution of Hollywood films
J DeLong
Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 30 (1), 129-136, 2015
The sparsity of simple recurrent networks in musical structure learning
KR Agres, JE DeLong, M Spivey
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 31 (31), 2009
Temporal fractals in movies and mind
JE Cutting, JE DeLong, KL Brunick
Cognitive research: principles and implications 3 (1), 1-21, 2018
RSVP at the movies: dynamic images are remembered better than static images when resources are limited
A Candan, JE Cutting, JE DeLong
Visual Cognition 23 (9-10), 1205-1216, 2015
Neuropsychology behind the plate
JE DeLong
Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 11 (3), 385-395, 2017
Time series analysis of Hollywood film and reaction times
J DeLong
Shot Structure and Visual Activity: The Evolution of Hollywood Film
J DeLong, K Brunick, J Cutting
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 1229, 2010
Are inverted faces processed at a later stage?
T Busey, B Schneider, D Wyatte, J DeLong, A Burkhardt, B Tjan
Journal of Vision 7 (9), 618, 2007
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