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Vera Tobin, "Looking Back with Surprise" - Shared screen with speaker view
Todd Berliner
47:57
Everyone can see the hand. Not just the host
Paolo Russo
52:28
Morrison, Conway and Chein to a certain extent
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55:07
GA Radvansky has explored recency and primacy for longer narrative content, and in the context of memory for explicit content and underlying situations. The recency and primary effects are not as strong experienced for narrative content that has important implications for the plot
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01:05:40
Kendeou & O’Brein have a model of how people detect and resolve information that is contradictory in a texts.
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01:08:47
I don’t think this movie would have had the same impact today, because I think we are most sensitive to schema that afford gender identity as a construct.
Gal Nadler
01:12:01
Leavitt & Christenfeld: Story Spoilers Don’t Spoil Stories
Maria Belodubrovskaya
01:17:39
The book is excellent — highly recommended!
Andrea Comiskey
01:22:16
Seconding Masha! I’d also recommend, for teaching, Tobin’s article “Cognitive Bias and the Poetics of Surprise,” which distills many of the key ideas in a very condensed form.
Andrea Comiskey
01:22:42
(Should I attach it here?)
Miklós Kiss
01:22:46
David Fincher: ‘[w]hat people want from movies is to be able to say, I knew it and it’s not my fault’
Joe Kickasola
01:23:17
Please attach Andrea! thx
Cynthia Freeland
01:23:30
Thera
Lucía Cores Sarría
01:23:34
but isn't it also annoying when everything is predictable? where does pleasure end and boredom start?
Cynthia Freeland
01:24:23
There’s good material on the paradox of suspense which is somewhat similar,
Cynthia Freeland
01:24:36
Aaron Smuts for ex