Just as in reading literary fiction, characters are portrayed, their emotions revealed and concealed by the writer and appraised and ... Beedie, C.J., Terry, P.C. and Lane, A.M. (2005) 'Distinctions Between Emotion in Motion 42.
Author: Mike Robinson
Category: Business & Economics
What happens when tourists scream with fear, shout with anger and frustration, weep with joy and delight, or even faint in the face of revealed beauty? How can certain sites affect some tourists so deeply that they require hospitalisation and psychiatric treatment? What are the inner contours of tourist experience and how does it relate to specific emotional cultures? What are the consequences of the emotional cultures of tourists upon destinations? How are differences in emotional culture mobilized and played out in the transnational contact zones of international tourism? While many books have engaged with the structural frames of tourist practice and experience, this is the first to deal with the emotional dimensions of tourism, travel and contact and the ways in which they can transform tourists, destinations and travel cultures through emotional engagements. The book brings together an international array of scholars from anthropology, psychiatry, history, cultural geography and critical tourism studies to explore how the movement to, and through, the realms of exotic people, wild natures, subliminal art, spirit worlds, metropolitan cities and sexualised 'others' variably provoke emotions, peak experiences, travel syndromes and inner dialogues. The authors show how tourism challenges us to engage with concepts of self, other, time, nature, sex, the body and death. Through a set of ethnographic and historic cases, they demonstrate that such engagements usually have little to do with the actual destination but rather, are deeply anchored in personal memories, repressed fears and desires, and the collective imaginaries of our societies.
Emotion,. Engagement. Motion-based gaming has received attention from researchers for different purposes. There are many instances of serious games for healthcare (Wattanasoontorn et al. 2013). Among these, Piana et al.
Author: Duncan Williams
This book presents an overview of the emerging field of emotion in videogame soundtracking. The emotional impact of music has been well-documented, particularly when used to enhance the impact of a multimodal experience, such as combining images with audio as found in the videogames industry. Soundtracking videogames presents a unique challenge compared to traditional composition (for example film music) in that the narrative of gameplay is non-linear – Player dependent actions can change the narrative and thus the emotional characteristics required in the soundtrack. Historical approaches to emotion measurement, and the musical feature mapping and music selection that might be used in video game soundtracking are outlined, before a series of cutting edge examples are given. These examples include algorithmic composition techniques, automated emotion matching from biosensors, motion capture techniques, emotionally-targeted speech synthesis and signal processing, and automated repurposing of existing music (for example from a players own library). The book concludes with some possibilities for the future.
Emotion in motion: investi- struct. J. Abnorm. Psychol. 118, 388–398. doi:10.1037/a0015372 Balkwill, L. L., and Thompson, W. F. (1999). A cross-cultural investigagating the time-course of emotional judgments of musical stimuli.
Author: Anjali Bhatara
Publisher: Frontiers E-books
Two of the most important social skills in humans are the ability to determine the moods of those around us, and to use this to guide our behavior. To accomplish this, we make use of numerous cues. Among the most important are vocal cues from both speech and non-speech sounds. Music is also a reliable method for communicating emotion. It is often present in social situations and can serve to unify a group's mood for ceremonial purposes (funerals, weddings) or general social interactions. Scientists and philosophers have speculated on the origins of music and language, and the possible common bases of emotional expression through music, speech and other vocalizations. They have found increasing evidence of commonalities among them. However, the domains in which researchers investigate these topics do not always overlap or share a common language, so communication between disciplines has been limited. The aim of this Research Topic is to bring together research across multiple disciplines related to the production and perception of emotional cues in music, speech, and non-verbal vocalizations. This includes natural sounds produced by human and non-human primates as well as synthesized sounds. Research methodology includes survey, behavioral, and neuroimaging techniques investigating adults as well as developmental populations, including those with atypical development. Studies using laboratory tasks as well as studies in more naturalistic settings are included.
At the multiplex itis first and foremostthe filmthatsets into motion our emotions. Todescribe how purpose frightening movies affectus powerfully will bethe of subsequent chapters.Atthis point I want to showhow thecinematic situation ...
Author: Julian Hanich
Category: Social Science
Hanich looks at fear at the movies – its aesthetics, its experience and its pleasures--in this thought-provoking study. Looking at over 150 different films including Seven, Rosemary's Baby, and Silence of the Lambs, Hanich attempts to answer the paradox of why we enjoy films that thrill us, that scare us, that threaten us, that shock us –affects that we otherwise desperately wish to avoid.
Emotion in Motion: A Study of Music and Affective Response Javier Jaimovich1, Niall Coghlan1, and R. Benjamin Knapp2 1Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen's University Belfast, UK 2 Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, ...
Author: Mitsuko Aramaki
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval, CMMR 2012, held in London, UK, in June 2012. The 28 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in this volume. The papers have been organized in the following topical sections: music emotion analysis; 3D audio and sound synthesis; computer models of music perception and cognition; music emotion recognition; music information retrieval; film soundtrack and music recommendation; and computational musicology and music education. The volume also includes selected papers from the Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Expressive Performance Workshop held within the framework of CMMR 2012.
2.2 Emotion in Motion Several studies exist on movement related to emotion in the industrial design field. Prior researchers investigate the emotion arousal by physical movement of interactive product [20, 21], data visualization , ...
Author: Aaron Marcus
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Design, User Experience, and Usability, DUXU 2020, held as part of the 22nd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2020, in Copenhagen, Denmark, in July 2020. The conference was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From a total of 6326 submissions, a total of 1439 papers and 238 posters has been accepted for publication in the HCII 2020 proceedings. The 40 papers included in this volume were organized in topical sections on UX design methods, tools and guidelines, interaction design and information visualization, and emotional design.
EMOTIONS IN MOTION encourages children to identify their own emotions and to be able to express and understand them. This is a book for every parent, grandparent, teacher or support person who wants to nuture a child in their life.
Author: Rose Stanley
Category: Child development
Age 5+ Emotions in Motion explores the whole spectrum of emotions through glorious words and illustrations. Everybody experiences all sorts of emotions at different times and in different situations. Emotions in Motion encourages children to identify their own emotions and to be able to express and understand them. This is a book for every parent, grandparent, teacher or support person who wants to nurture a child in their life. It is one of three thoughtful, entertaining and beautifully illustrated books that assist in the development of 'emotional literacy' in young children in a sensitive manner.
EM-in-M: Analyze and Synthesize Emotion in Motion Yuichi Kobayashi1 and Jun Ohya2 1 Toppan Printing Co.,ltd., Information Technology Research Laboratory, 1-3-3 Suido, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan Yuichi.
Author: Nanning Zheng
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book collects the proceedings of the International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Pattern Analysis/Synthesis, IWICPAS 2006, held in Xi'an, China alongside the 18th International Conference on Pattern Recognition, ICPR 2006. The book presents 51 revised full papers and 128 revised poster papers, organized in topical sections on object detection, tracking and recognition, pattern representation and modeling, visual pattern modeling, image processing, compression and coding and texture analysis/synthesis.
The role of emotions in understanding psychosis, therapy and recovery Andrew I. Gumley, Alf Gillham, Kathy Taylor, Matthias Schwannauer ... The emotions exhib- ited by the baby and the affection showered on the baby is through motion.
Author: Andrew I. Gumley
There is increasing recognition that emotional distress plays a significant part in the onset of psychosis, the experience of psychosis itself and in the unfolding of recovery that follows. This book brings together leading international experts to explore the role of emotion and emotion regulation in the development and recovery from psychosis. Psychosis and Emotion offers extensive clinical material and cutting-edge research with a focus on: the diverse theoretical perspectives on the importance of emotion in psychosis the interpersonal, systemic and organisational context of recovery from psychosis and the implications for emotional distress the implications of specific perspectives for promoting recovery from psychosis With thorough coverage of contemporary thinking, including psychoanalytic, cognitive, developmental, evolutionary and neurobiological, this book will be a valuable resource to clinicians and psychological therapists working in the field.