Category Archives: Film clips

Heider and Simmel animation.

Jason Goldman blogged (in March!) about the Heider & Simmel animation. About that same time I participated in our film and psychology workshop (for which I have to write a paper, which I’m currently avoiding by blogging), where it was … Continue reading

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Random Penguins

Warren Ellis lamented on Twitter that the new book company will not be called Random Penguins. Which just made me associate to a couple of years back, when my old grad-school friends occasionally shared penguin clips on face-book. Who knows … Continue reading

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Film and psychology blogs

Originally posted on Evolutionspsykologi Lund:
So, I’m involved in this too. I think, therefore, I’ll add links to blogs on film and psychology so I can find them again. Art Shimamura’s blog. Tim Smith’s Continuity boy blog. For good measure,…

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Animations: This Thing Called Science

Originally posted on Bridge8:
UPDATE: This series won Best Animation in CSIRO’s Scinema 2013 awards. Scinema is an International Festival of Science Film. In 2013 there were over 300 entries. We’re thrilled to launch our next series of animations: This Thing Called…

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