Canon of taste, Jill Neimark, Aeon, 11 Aug 2015 blog.
Strange continuity: Why don't our brains explode at movie cuts? Jeff Zacks, Aeon, Apr 2015 blog.
How psychology helps canonize the 'Mona Lisa' and other artwork. Susan Perry, MinnPost, 5 Nov 2014, blog.
Data froma century of cinema reveals how movies have change. Greg Miller, WIRED, 8 Sept 2014. blog.
Come gli spettatori elaborano le immagini e le storie viste al cinema, Gamemag, 30 Aug 2014, blog.
How movies manipulate your brain to keep you entertained, Greg Miller, WIRED, 26 Aug 2014, blog.
Storytelling and the rhythm of movies, Arthur Shimamura, In the brain of the beholder, Psychology Today, 20 Aug 2014, blog.
Cognitive scientists, filmmakers explore cinematic perception, George Gerba, etcentric, 27 Aug 2014. blog.
Movies in your brain, Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Scieces, Linwood Dunn Theater, Hollywood, CA, July 2014, advertisement. AMPAS summary.
Evolution in Hollywood editing patterns? Mike Baxter, Nov 2013, cinemetrics. blog.
Salt on Baxter on Cutting, Barry Salt, cinemetrics, June 2014, cinemetrics. blog.
More on the evolution of popular film, JEC, cinemetrics, June 2014. blog.
Why the Mona Lisa stands out. Intelligent Life, Ian Leslie, May/June 2014. blog.
Explore. Ian Leslie, 20 May 2014. blog.
Could there ever be a cinema without cut? Cocktail Party Physics. Jennifer Ouellette. Scientific American, 29 Apr 2014. blog.
Why do we watch movies? Pelham Patch, 6 Mar 2014. advertisement
Our need for speed, The Dish, Andrew Sullivan, 1 Feb 2014, blog.
The pleasure and pain of speed, T. Vanderbilt, Nautilus, 23 Jan 2014. blog.
Mere exposure to bad art. Experimental Philosophical Aesthetics. 26 Nov 2013.blog.
Do we learn to love bad art? Bob Duggan. Big Think. 4 Sept 2013. blog.
The utility of bad art. Behavioural Economics, The Economist. Aug 2013. blog.
Bad art definitely bad, science confirms. Hyperallergic, 7 Aug 2013. blog.
Nature versus nurture in artist's reputations. Art Market Monitor. 7 Aug 2013.blog.
The Electric Fish, Episode 7 - Mere exposure to bad art. 1 Apr 2013: blog.
Does bad art grow on you. The Dish, Andrew Sullivan, 22 July 2013, blog.
Psychocinematics: Cognition at the movies: Story arcs and the rhythm of movies, 1 Mar 13. blog.
How do you know if 'bad' art is really bad? OUP blog. Aaron Meskin et al, 16 July 2013. blog.
Does increased exposure to a piece of art make us like it more? phys.org. 4 Mar 2013. blog.
Connecting with Cornell, Vol 23(1), 2012: publicity.
David Bordwell, Observations on Film Art, Cognitivists storm Big Apple! 18 June 2012: blog.
Maria Konnikova, The innate irrestibility of film. Scientific American; 15 Apr 2012. blog.
The utility of bad art. Free Exchange. The Economist, 7 April 2013. blog.
Nick Redfern, Research into film, Robust time series analysis of ITV news bulletins; 5 Apr 2012: blog.
David Bordwell, Observations on Film Art, Bringing to book; 3 Apr 2012: blog.
Tim Smith, Continuity Boy; 23 Mar 2012: blog.
Wall Street Journal, Holly Finn; Marvels, 25 Feb 2012: news.
Film Psychology, Interdisciplinary Psychology and Film Studies Research; 17 & 25 Feb 2012: blog.
Robin Tooms, Patterns are key in grabbing our attention; 26 Feb 2012: blog.
Nick Redfern, Research into film, Statistical illteracy in film studies; 2 Feb 2012: blog.
Experimental Philosophy: Mere exposure to bad art: Experiment results, 11 Oct 2012. web feature.
Mere exposure to bad art: Experimental Results. Experimental Philosophy, 24 Oct 2011. blog.
University of Texas, To the beat of a different dru; 29 Aug 2011: web feature.
Kristin Thompson, Observations on Film Art, Cognitive scientists 1, screenplay gurus 0; 9 Jun 2011: blog.
Film Studies: Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 2011, 73, p. 286 news from the field.
Cinema Salon, WJRC Brown; 21 Jan 2011: blog.
Cinéma et Cognition, Compas/CNRS; 12 Oct 2010: web feature.
Cognitive Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 22 Sept 2010: videocast.
Science Cabaret, WICB; 8 August 2010: podcast.
Cornell Alumni Magazine; July/August 2010: news.
CInema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image; not dated: blog.
Cornell Alumni Weekend, Arts and Sciences talk; 11 June 2010: videocast.
Pink Noise, Wikipedia wikipedia entry.
Cinema Salon, Cognitive Approaches to Film: 4 Jun 2010: blog.
Society for the Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image Keynote Address, Roanoke, VA; 3 Jun 2010: videocast.
David Bordwell, Observations on Film Art, Now you see it, now you can't; 21 Jun 2010: blog.
La Repubblica (Italy); 7 May 2010: news.
Deutsche Welle (German Radio); 27 Apr 2010
Ithaca Action News, Lights, Camera, Attention; 23 Apr 2010: podcast.
Alex Pasternak, Motherboard, Hollywood films' cut structure mimics life. Apr 2010 blog.
Review in 16:9 (Danish Film Magazine); April 2010: review.
Second Reply to Salt, CInemetrics; 15 Apr 2010: blog.
Barry Salt's second commentary, Cinemetrics; 4 Apr 2010: blog.
Reply to Salt, Cinemetrics; 25 Mar 2010: blog.
Barry Salt's first commentary, Cinemetrics; 22 Mar 2010: blog.
Eliot Gelwan, Follow me here, Tag achives: film; 21 Mar 2010: blog.
W radio (Colombia); 14 Mar 2010: podcast.
Rob Kall Futurehealth interview; 14 Mar 2010
Cornell Chronicle; 9 Mar 2010: news.
Philadelphia Inquirer; 8 Mar 2010: news.
Der Spiegel (Germany); 5 Mar 2010: news.
Psychology Today; 3 Mar 2010: publicity.
New York Times; 1 Mar 2010: news.
Vancouver Sun; 26 Feb 2010: blog.
FoxNews, National Geographic; 25 Feb 2010: publicity.
Justine Fields, IvyGate; 24 Feb 2010: blog.
World Science, The science of Hollywood blockbusters: 23 Feb 2010 blog.
Internet Movie Database; 19 Feb 2010: publicity.
AOLNews; 23 Feb 2010: publicity.
Association for Psychological Science, News Release; 23 Feb 2010: publicity.
CBC (Toronto) "As It Happens" interview; 19 Feb 2010 (3/4s into it): podcast.
Wray Herbert, APS commentary, We're Only Human; 18 Feb 2010: blog.
New Scientist; 18 Feb 2010: publicity.
Tim Smith, Continuity Boy; 17 Feb 2010: blog.
Cornell Sun; 14 Oct 2009: news.
Keith Oatley's commentary; 22 Apr 2009: blog.
APS Convention, recognition as editor of Psychological Science, 24 May 2007. videocast.