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For whom is a picture worth a thousand words? How does the visualizing cognitive style affect processing of news photos?
Unformatted Document Text:  Processing of news photos 23 Lang, A. (1990). Involuntary attention and physiological arousal evoked by structural features and emotional content in TV commercials. Communication Research, 17(3), 275-299. Lesser, H. (1977). Television and the preschool child: A psychological theory of instruction and curriculum Development. New York: Academic Press. Levie, W.H., & Lentz, R. (1982). Effect of text illustrations: a review of research. Education and communication technology journal, 30, 195-232. Levin, J. (1989). A transfer-appropriate-processing perspective of pictures in prose. In (Eds.), H. Mandl and J.R. Levin, Knowledge Acquisition from Text and Pictures. North-Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers, 83-100. Levin, J. R., Anglin, G. J., & Carney, R. N. (1987). On empirically validating functions or pictures in prose. In (eds.) D. M. Willows, & H. A. Houghton, The psychology of illustrations: I. Basic research. New York: Springer. Loftus, G.R. (1972). Eye fixations and recognition memory for pictures. Cogntive Psychology, 3, 525-551. Marks, D.F. (1973). Visual imagery differences in the recall of photos. British Journal of Psychology, 64, 17-24. Mendelson, A.L. (2001). Effects of novelty in news photographs on attention and memory. Media Psychology, 3, 119-157. Mendelson, A.L., & Thorson, E. (May 1997). The impact of visualizer-verbalizer learning styles on learning from newspaper stories and photos: An exploratory study. International Communication Association annual conference, Montreal. Messaris, P. (1994). Visual literacy: Image, mind & reality. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Miller, G.A. (1956). The magical number seven, plus or minus two: Some limits on our capacity for processing information. Psychological Review, 63, 81-97. Miron, D., Bryant, J., & Zillmann, D. (2001). Creating vigilance for learning from television. In D.G. Singer & J.L. Singer (eds.). Handbook of children and the media. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. pp. 153-181. Nelson, W.W., & Loftus, G.R. (1980). The functional visual field during picture viewing. Journal-of-Experimental-Psychology: Human-Learning-and-Memory. 6, 391-399. Nunnally, J.C. (1971). Determinants of visual exploratory behaviour: A human tropism for resolving informational conflicts. In H.I. Day, D.E. Berlyne, & D.E. Hunt. (eds.) Intrinsic Motivation: A New Direction in Education. Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

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Lang, A. (1990). Involuntary attention and physiological arousal evoked by structural
features and emotional content in TV commercials. Communication Research, 17(3), 275-299.

Lesser, H. (1977). Television and the preschool child: A psychological theory of
instruction and curriculum Development. New York: Academic Press.

Levie, W.H., & Lentz, R. (1982). Effect of text illustrations: a review of research.
Education and communication technology journal, 30, 195-232.

Levin, J. (1989). A transfer-appropriate-processing perspective of pictures in prose. In
(Eds.), H. Mandl and J.R. Levin, Knowledge Acquisition from Text and Pictures. North-Holland:
Elsevier Science Publishers, 83-100.

Levin, J. R., Anglin, G. J., & Carney, R. N. (1987). On empirically validating functions
or pictures in prose. In (eds.) D. M. Willows, & H. A. Houghton, The psychology of
illustrations: I. Basic research
. New York: Springer.

Loftus, G.R. (1972). Eye fixations and recognition memory for pictures. Cogntive
Psychology, 3, 525-551.

Marks, D.F. (1973). Visual imagery differences in the recall of photos. British Journal
of Psychology, 64, 17-24.

Mendelson, A.L. (2001). Effects of novelty in news photographs on attention and
memory. Media Psychology, 3, 119-157.

Mendelson, A.L., & Thorson, E. (May 1997). The impact of visualizer-verbalizer
learning styles on learning from newspaper stories and photos: An exploratory study.
International Communication Association annual conference, Montreal.

Messaris, P. (1994). Visual literacy: Image, mind & reality. Boulder, CO: Westview
Press.

Miller, G.A. (1956). The magical number seven, plus or minus two: Some limits on our
capacity for processing information. Psychological Review, 63, 81-97.

Miron, D., Bryant, J., & Zillmann, D. (2001). Creating vigilance for learning from
television. In D.G. Singer & J.L. Singer (eds.). Handbook of children and the media. Thousand
Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. pp. 153-181.

Nelson, W.W., & Loftus, G.R. (1980). The functional visual field during picture
viewing. Journal-of-Experimental-Psychology: Human-Learning-and-Memory. 6, 391-399.

Nunnally, J.C. (1971). Determinants of visual exploratory behaviour: A human tropism
for resolving informational conflicts. In H.I. Day, D.E. Berlyne, & D.E. Hunt. (eds.) Intrinsic
Motivation: A New Direction in Education
. Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.


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