Kaitlin L. Brunick
Kaitlin L. Brunick
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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
1792011
Perceiving event dynamics and parsing Hollywood films.
JE Cutting, KL Brunick, A Candan
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 38 (6 …, 2012
1062012
Planning to reach for an object changes how the reacher perceives it
PM Vishton, NJ Stephens, LA Nelson, SE Morra, KL Brunick, JA Stevens
Psychological Science 18 (8), 713-719, 2007
952007
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
742011
Children’s future parasocial relationships with media characters: the age of intelligent characters
KL Brunick, MM Putnam, LE McGarry, MN Richards, SL Calvert
Journal of Children and Media 10 (2), 181-190, 2016
362016
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
362011
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
342013
finding patterns and limits
JE DeLong, KL Brunick, JE Cutting
The social science of cinema, 123, 2013
322013
How act structure sculpts shot lengths and shot transitions in Hollywood film
JE Cutting, KL Brunick, JE DeLong
Projections 5 (1), 1-16, 2011
312011
The social science of cinema
JC Kaufman, DK Simonton
Oxford University Press, 2013
162013
On shot lengths and film acts: A revised view
JE Cutting, KL Brunick, J DeLong
Projections 6 (1), 142-145, 2012
142012
Mapping narrative space in Hollywood film
JE Cutting, C Iricinschi, KL Brunick
Projections 7 (2), 64-91, 2013
132013
Coloring the animated world: Exploring human color perception and preference through the animated film
KL Brunick, JE Cutting
112014
Influence of a Character-Based App on Children's Learning of Nutritional Information: Should Apps Be Served with a Side of Media Characters?
MM Putnam, EM Richmond, KL Brunick, CA Wright, SL Calvert
Games for health journal 7 (2), 121-126, 2018
102018
Parents’ perceptions of their children’s parasocial relationships: The recontact study
NR Aguiar, MN Richards, BJ Bond, KL Brunick, SL Calvert
Imagination, Cognition and Personality 38 (3), 221-249, 2019
62019
Temporal fractals in movies and mind
JE Cutting, JE DeLong, KL Brunick
Cognitive research: principles and implications 3 (1), 8, 2018
52018
Children’s parasocial breakups with formerly-favorite media characters
KL Brunick, SL Calvert, MN Richards
Poster presented at the annual Meeting of the american Psychological Society …, 2015
22015
Shot Structure and Visual Activity: e Evolution of Hollywood Film
JE DeLong, KL Brunick, JE Cutting
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 1229, 2010
22010
Low-Level Perceptual Features Of Children'S Films And Their Cognitive Implications
K Brunick
12014
The Matter of Vision: Affective Neurobiology & Cinema
K Brunick
Projections 10 (1), 144, 2016
2016
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