NEUROCINE 2012, visiting researcher
NeuroCine focuses on studying filmmaking and related brain functions
NeuroCine seeks for new insights to the intersubjectively shared functions of the human brain. The multi-disciplinary team combines methods and approaches of cinema and cognitive neurosciences within functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies. The purpose is to examine to what extent subjects share emotive-cognitive experiences while viewing films. Advanced data-analysis methods allow quantifying similarities between brain signals of subjects perceiving narrative stimuli of cinema-scale durations.