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Effect of movie audience's degree of attention on experience of presence, emotional touch, memory

영화 관객의 주목도가 프레즌스, 감동, 기억에 미치는 영향

  • 박덕춘 (동서대학교 미디어커뮤니케이션학부)
  • Received : 2017.02.27
  • Accepted : 2017.04.20
  • Published : 2017.04.28

Abstract

This experimental research explores the effect of low attention of movie audience on the experience of presence, the degree of emotional touch, and memory about movie contents, because of indiscreet use of smart phone. This study measured and analyzed the experience frequency of presence, degree of emotional touch and recognition memory about movie contents by self report survey, after showing 2 subject groups consisting of 83 University students, one with not manipulated attention, the other with manipulated attention, using smart phone intentionally. This research found that the subjects exposed to the movie with not manipulated attention showed more presence experiences, and higher degree of emotional touch than the subjects exposed to the movie with manipulated attention. However meaningful difference of recognition memory was not discovered between the 2 groups. The result of this research can have a meaning because proceeding studies about presence effect of movie mainly dealt with the effect of HDTV, 3D image, stereo sound on the experience of presence, arousal, pleasure of movie audience and it is difficult to find studies about the relation between attention of movie audience and the experience of presence, emotional touch, and memory.

Keywords

Movie;Attention;Presence;Emotional Touch;Memory

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