The objective of this paper is to present a methodological approach to develop a neurocinematic study of film transitions through cuts to the next shot. Specifically, the study was carried out by analyzing the event-related desynchronization/synchronizationof of the electroencephalogram recorded on spectators. It starts by describing the implications of applying neurocinematic methodologies to film analysis, and finalizes with the peculiarities that our research implies. In our case we work from film fragments extracted from existing feature films, we carry out a recording of neural activity with 31 electrodes and apply a statistical analysis based on the permutations test, the Spearman correlation test and the analysis of slopes on the transformed registered signal to the frequency domain.
|Tidsskrift||Communication & Methods|
|Status||Udgivet - 11 dec. 2020|