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Scale, Clutter, and Facial Expressions: Inferences from Movies to Emotion Judgments and Back

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Professor James Cutting presents his research into the effect of relative image size in film making. Because close-up shots don't stay onscreen as long as medium or full-length shots, one psychologist hypothesized that audiences comprehend emotion faster in large images. Instead, Cutting found that the proportion of image clutter has more to do with comprehension.

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