Neuroscience and Media




edited by Michael Grabowski

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About the Book

Chapter 1: Neuromediation: An Ecological Model of Mediated Communication
-Michael Grabowski

Chapter 2: Nurturing the Developing Brains of Digital Natives
-Michael Rich & Farah Qureshi

Chapter 3: Neurobiology of Teen Brain Development and the Digital Age
-Jennifer T. Sneider & Marisa M. Silveri

Chapter 4: Neural Correlates of the Multisensory Film Experience
-Luis Rocha Antunes

Chapter 5: The Reverberatory Narrative: Toward Story as a Multisensory Network
-Dana Coester

Chapter 6: Embodied Protonarratives Embedded in Systems of Contexts: A Neurocinematic Approach
-Pia Tikka & Mauri Kaipainen

Chapter 7: Seeing In, and Out, to the Extended Mind through an EEG Analysis of Page and Screen Reading
-Robert C. MacDougall

Chapter 8: On the Origins of Propaganda: Bio-Cultural and Evolutionary Perspectives on Social Cohesion
-Bob Schapiro & Stanley H. Ambrose

Chapter 9: Mind Control in Hollywood
-Steven Gibson

Chapter 10: “My Brain Made Me Do It!” Neuroscience, Criminal Justice, and Media
-Emilia Musumeci

Chapter 11: The Golden Voice of Neuroscience: Fact Finding in Western Buddhist Media
-Jenell Johnson

Chapter 12: Mindful Media: Representations of the Effects of Mindfulness on the Brain in YouTube Videos
-Andrée E.C. Betancourt & Elise E. Labbé

Chapter 13: Selling the Brain: Representation of Neuroscience in Advertising
-Celia Andreu-Sánchez & Miguel Ángel Martín-Pascual

Chapter 14: Braining Your Life and Living Your Brain: The Cyborg Gaze and Brain-Images
-Alexander I. Stingl

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