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Visual Representation and the Prediction of Emotion
Unformatted Document Text:  14 Intimacy, measure one: Are we looking at the face of the subject(s) of the image (code for up to three central figures)? • from the rear • from the side • at a 45 degree angle • head-on Intimacy, measure two: How close is the camera to its subject? • long shot • medium shot • close-up The next two variables measure intimacy among the subjects of the image. A scale developed from Hall’s (1966) categories of interpersonal distance categorizes the interactions. This scale consists of decreasing distances at which people interact. According to Hall, the decreasing distances correspond with increasing levels of interpersonal intimacy. This variable is important because people understand visual communication through the interrelation of objects in space as well as through the relationship of the image to real-world experience (Messaris, 1994, Barry, 1997). A photograph that shows people interacting with physical intimacy should convey a more intense emotional message than one that does not. Intimacy, measure three: Do any interactions take place between/among people in the image?

Authors: Sherr, Susan.
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Intimacy, measure one: Are we looking at the face of the subject(s) of the image
(code for up to three central figures)?
from the rear
from the side
at a 45 degree angle
head-on
Intimacy, measure two: How close is the camera to its subject?
long shot
medium shot
close-up
The next two variables measure intimacy among the subjects of the image.
A scale developed from Hall’s (1966) categories of interpersonal distance
categorizes the interactions. This scale consists of decreasing distances at which
people interact. According to Hall, the decreasing distances correspond with
increasing levels of interpersonal intimacy. This variable is important because
people understand visual communication through the interrelation of objects in
space as well as through the relationship of the image to real-world experience
(Messaris, 1994, Barry, 1997). A photograph that shows people interacting with
physical intimacy should convey a more intense emotional message than one that
does not.
Intimacy, measure three: Do any interactions take place between/among people
in the image?


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