4 edition of aesthetic of isolation in film theory--Hugo Münsterberg found in the catalog.
|Statement||Donald Laurence Fredericksen.|
|Series||Arno Press Cinema program, Dissertations on film series|
|LC Classifications||PN1998.A3 M744 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||359 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||76040783|
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Widely regarded as the first serious work of film theory, Hugo Munsterberg's "The Photoplay: A Psychological Study" is a rich and fascinating book, written by one of the most prominent experimental psychologists alive in the time of film's infancy (published in ).Cited by: In his doctoral thesis, _The Aesthetic of Isolation in Film Theory: Hugo Munsterberg_, Donald Fredericksen emphasises the theoretical utility of Munsterberg's aesthetics and notes that the psychological analysis functions as a basis for the main goal of the book, that of presenting film as an art form in its own right.
Hugo Münsterberg is also well-known for his contributions to forensic psychology. His book On the Witness Stand detailed how psychological factors can influence the outcome of a trial. In the book, he discussed problems with eyewitness testimony, false confessions, and interrogations. While his influence on psychology is without question.
Hugo Munsterberg's "The Film: A Psychological Study" is one of the earliest essays in the area of film theory. Unfortunately, it has remained relatively unknown since its publication in The author discusses two concepts raised by Munsterberg: the contrast between films in the theatrical mode and films in the cinematic mode.
(Author/RK)Cited by: 4. For some early works in English that recognize Münsterberg's pioneering film theory, see Donald Laurence Frederickson, The Aesthetic of Isolation in Film Theory: Hugo Münsterberg (New York: Arno Author: Giuliana Bruno.
Fritz Kahn. Das Leben des Menschen, 88 Film, Aesthetics, Science: Hugo MÃ¼nsterbergâ s Laboratory of Moving Images GIULIANA BRUNO But even memory, attention and imagination do not tell the whole story of our inner mind. The core of man lies in his feeling and emotions.
â Hugo MÃ¼nsterberg1 The â moviesâ themselves are moving all the time. To be sure, they move on Author: Bruno, Giuliana. Hugo Munsterberg on Film: The Photoplay: A Psychological Study and Other Writings eBook: Hugo Münsterberg, Allan Langdale: : Kindle Store.
Screening the Psychological Laboratory: Hugo Münsterberg, Psychotechnics, and the Cinema, – Article (PDF Available) in Science in Context 28(01) March with 4, Reads. Film Theory and Hugo Munsterberg's The Film: A Psychological Study MARK R. WICCLAIR Although cinema is a comparatively young art form, there are already a number of works which have acquired the status of acknowledged classics in the domain of film theory.
Among these one must surely include Hugo Miinsterberg's The Film: A Psychological Study.