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Visual Representation and the Prediction of Emotion
Unformatted Document Text:  28 Bibliography Aust, Charles F. and Zillman, Dolf. (1996). Effects of Victim Exemplification in Television News on Viewer Perception of Social Issues, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. 73(4):787-803 Barry, Anne Marie Seward. (1997). Visual Intelligence Perception, Image, and Manipulation in Visual Communication. State of New York Press: Albany, New York. Bradley, Margaret M.; Mark K. Greenwald, Margaret C. and Petry, Peter J. Lang. (1992). Remembering pictures: pleasure and arousal in memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition. 18(2): 379-391. Brosius, Hans-Bernd. (1993). The Effects of Emotional Pictures in Television News, Communication Research. 20(1):105-124. Goldberg, Vicki. (1991). The Power of Photography: How Photographs Changed Our Lives. New York, NY: Abbeville Press. Greenberg, Bradley s. (1980). Life On Television: Content Analysis of U.S. TV Drama. Norwood, NJ:Ablex. Hall, Edward T. (1966). The Hidden Dimension. New York: Doubleday. Jamieson, Kathleen (1992). Packaging the Presidency: A History and Criticism of Presidential Campaign Advertising. New York:Oxford. Kennedy, Peter. (1996). A Guide to Econometrics, 3 rd edition. Cambridge, Massachusetts:MIT Press. Lang, Annie. (1991). Emotion, Formal Features, and Memory for Televised Political Advertisements, in Television and Political Advertising Volume 1: Psychological Processes Frank Biocca, ed. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Erlbaum. Lang, Annie, and Friestad, Marian. (1993). Emotion, hemispheric specialization, and visual and verbal memory for television messages. Communication Research. 20(5, October), 647-670. Lang, Annie, Dhillon, Kuljinder, and Dong, Qingwen. (1995). The effects of emotional arousal and valence of television viewers’ cognitive capacity and memory. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 39 (3): 313-327.

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Bibliography
Aust, Charles F. and Zillman, Dolf. (1996). Effects of Victim Exemplification in
Television News on Viewer Perception of
Social Issues, Journalism and Mass
Communication Quarterly.
73(4):787-803
Barry, Anne Marie Seward. (1997). Visual Intelligence Perception, Image, and
Manipulation in Visual Communication. State of New York Press: Albany, New
York.

Bradley, Margaret M.; Mark K. Greenwald, Margaret C. and Petry, Peter J. Lang.
(1992). Remembering pictures: pleasure and arousal in memory. Journal of
Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition
. 18(2): 379-391.

Brosius, Hans-Bernd. (1993). The Effects of Emotional Pictures in Television News,
Communication Research. 20(1):105-124.
Goldberg, Vicki. (1991). The Power of Photography: How Photographs Changed Our
Lives. New York, NY: Abbeville Press.

Greenberg, Bradley s. (1980). Life On Television: Content Analysis of U.S. TV Drama.
Norwood, NJ:Ablex.
Hall, Edward T. (1966). The Hidden Dimension. New York: Doubleday.

Jamieson, Kathleen (1992). Packaging the Presidency: A History and Criticism of
Presidential Campaign Advertising. New York:Oxford.

Kennedy, Peter. (1996). A Guide to Econometrics, 3
rd
edition. Cambridge,
Massachusetts:MIT Press.
Lang, Annie. (1991). Emotion, Formal Features, and Memory for Televised Political
Advertisements, in Television and Political Advertising Volume 1: Psychological
Processes
Frank Biocca, ed. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Erlbaum.

Lang, Annie, and Friestad, Marian. (1993). Emotion, hemispheric specialization, and
visual and verbal memory for television messages. Communication Research.
20(5, October), 647-670.

Lang, Annie, Dhillon, Kuljinder, and Dong, Qingwen. (1995). The effects of emotional
arousal and valence of television viewers’ cognitive capacity and memory.
Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 39 (3): 313-327.


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