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Cross-examining evidence from comparative morphology has become a way to support specific hypotheses in social cognition. In particular, ocular morphology has been compared across extant primate species in order to argue that humans present a unique morphology that enables also an uniquely human array of socio-cognitive functions—including a crucia...
This article intends to provide a general overview on the ongoing discussion of how music is perceived, and how it adds to the narrative dimensions of film. Since our focus will be on approaches that draw from the cognitive study of film analysis - and, specifically, the role music plays in it - the reader will be briefed on the various ways in whi...