Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

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Entertainment = Emotion

2009, Nov 15 -- Nov 21

Organizers:
M. T. Soto (U. Autònoma Barcelona), P. Vorderer (CameRa, Amsterdam)

Monday, November 16
  • 09:00:09:30h
  • Reception
     
  • 09:30:10:00h
  • Inauguration
     J.I. Latorre (Director of the Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual), Maite Soto and Peter Vorderer (Scientific organizers).
  • 10:00:11:00h
  • Keynote: The role of feeling in the Entertainment = Emotion formula
     By Gerald C. Cupchik
  • 11:20:12:00h
  • Responding to Keynotes: Making Sense of Entertainment. On the Interplay of Emotion and Cognition in Entertainment Experience
     (authors: Anne Bartsch and Mary Beth Oliver), by Anne Bartsch
  • 12:00:12:30h
  • Chaired discussion
     Conducted by Art Raney
  • 12:40:13:30h
  • Communications
     
  • Ambiguously Moral Characters
     (authors: Allison Eden, Matthew Grizzard and Robert Lewis), by Allison Eden
      In pursuit of Optimal Gaming Experience: Challenges and difficulty levels
     By Barbaros Bostan and Sertac Ögüt
      Spectator’s perception in multimedia theatre
     By Itziar Zorita Aguirre
      The impact of perceived character similarity in identification on moral disengagement
     (authors: Maja Krakoviac and Mina Tsay), by Mina Tsay and Maja Krakoviac

  • 15:00:15:15h
  • Workshop: Assigning topics to work...
     
  • 15:15:16:15h
  • Workshop: Working on ideas
     
  • 16:20:16:45h
  • Workshop: Presentation and discussion
     
  • 17:15:18:15h
  • Communications
     
  • The role of moral disengagement in the enjoyment of real and fictional characters
     (authors: Maja Krakoviac and Minta Tsay), by Maja Krakoviac and Mina Tsay
      Identification with an animated object and its rrelationship to emotions in a virtual environment
     By Laura Aymerich
      Infotainment: emotion is news
     By Miguel López Calzada


    Tuesday, November 17
    • 10:00:11:00h
    • Keynote: Moral intuition and media entertainment
       By Ron Tamborini
    • 11:25:11:45h
    • Respondent
       By Helena Bilandzic
    • 11:45:12:30h
    • Chaired discussion
       Anne Bartsh
    • 12:40:13:30h
    • Communications
       
    • Sexist humor in adbertising: just a joke or marketing strategy?
       By Nicoleta Groza
        Reading experiences: A matter of bilogical sex alone?
       By Ozen Odag
        Neo-creative advertising: from emotive narrative to electronic entertainment
       By Paloma Garíca

    • 15:00:15:15h
    • Workshop: Assigning topics to work...
       
    • 15:15:16:15h
    • Workshop: Working on topics. All assistants in groups
       
    • 16:20:16:45h
    • Workshop: Presentation and discussion
       
    • 17:15:18:30h
    • Communications
       
    • Educational yet entertaining: Designing oxymoronic experiences in a children’s cross media television show
       By Susanne Sperring
        Darwinian perspectives
       By Clemens Schwender
        Management of emotions in american fiction series: When being (and feeling like woman sells)
       (authors: Sue Arán, Pilar Medina, Miquel Rodrigo), by Sue Aran

    • 18:35h
    • Cine Forum: “My other self” (Documentary)
       Presented by Alodia Quesada (its Director)

      Wednesday, November 18
      • 10:00:11:00h
      • The role of morality in emotional reactions to media entertainment
         By Art Raney
      • 11:20:12:00h
      • Respondent: Reply to Art Raney's "The role of morality in emotional reactions to media entertainment
         By Tilo Hartmann
      • 12:00:12:30h
      • Chaired discussion
         Conducted by Mary Beth Oliver
      • 12:40:13:45h
      • Communications (ALL ASSISTANTS)
         
      • Afective states, familiarity, and music selection: power of familiarity
         By Jiyoun Kim
          Individual differences in Emotion and Entertainmen Preferences
         By Matthias R. Hastall
          Disposition Theory in Popular films
          By Mattew Grizzard
          Digital finger paint. Mobile phone painting. Altamira revisited?
         (Authors: Miguel Angel Martín and Celia Andreu), by Miguel Ángel Martín
          Opera and emotion
         By Mercè Saumell


        Thursday, November 19
        • 10:00:11:00h
        • Keynote: Appreciation of Entertainment: The Importance of Meaningfulness via Virtue and Wisdom
           By Mary Beth Oliver
        • 11:25:11:45h
        • Respondent
           Christopher Klimmt
        • 11:45:12:30h
        • Chaired discussion
           Conducted by Ron Tamborini
        • 12:40:13:45h
        • Communications
           
        • Emotional involvement in digital games
           By Gordon Calleja
            Morality in virtual worlds
           (authors: Katleen Gabriels and Karolien Poels), by Karoline Poels
            Applkication of emotional engineering techniques in the gastronomy sector
           (authors: N. Campos, R. Marzo, C. Soriano, S. Santiago, and M.J. Such), by Nadia Campos

        • 15:00:16:00h
        • Special Session (Workshop): A qualitative exploration of media experiences
           (authors: Michelle C. Hilscher and Gerald Cupchik), by G. Cupchick
        • 16:15:17:30h
        • Communications
           
        • Exploring relationships between interactive media, emotional and social intelligence (ESI) and peace education to develop an ESI enriched interactive media work for peace education
           By Mousomi De
            Intellectual entertainment.
           (authors: J.I. Latorre y Ma. Teresa Soto), by J.I. Latorre
            Entertainment = Intertextuality = Memory=Emotion
           (Authors: Celia Andreu and Miguel Angel Martín), by Celia Andreu
            Image-Emotion: the representation of violence in Colombian cinema
           By Ana Cecilia Sampayo

        • 17:45:18:15h
        • Posters sessions at Lobby
           
        • Exploring relationships between interactive media, emotional and social intelligence (ESI) and peace education to develop an ESI enriched interactive media work for peace education
           By Mousumi De
            Co-viewing and entertainment. Effects of social cues on (meta-) emotions
           (authors: Lisa Aelker, Gary Bente and Diana Rieger), by Lisa Aelker and Diana Rieger
            Emotional theory of rationality
           By Mario Garcés
            “THE SHIP”
           (authors: Maria Forga and Toni Casassas), By Maria Forga

        • 18:30:19:30h
        • Experimental activity: Odors and emotions
           Conducted by Pere Navalles
        • 19:15h
        • Cine Forum: Docu-fiction Emotion and identification in the documentary-fiction “Banished 1609: The Moorish Tragedy”
           (authors: Josep Ma. Percebal and Maria Forga). Presented by Maria Forga

          Friday, November 20
          • 15:00:16:45h
          • Developing ideas - Building networks - Next steps…
             International senior teams, 1 project for keynote
          • 17:00:18:00h
          • Keynote Final Speech: State of Entertainment
             By Peter Vorderer
          • 18:30:19:30h
          • Farewell
             J.I. Latorre, Peter Vorderer and Maite Soto
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            This session has received financial support from the following institutions:

            • logo CSIC
            • Ministerio de educación y ciencia
            • Ayuntamiento de Benasque
            • Gobierno de Aragón
            • Universidad de Zaragoza
            • Fundación BBVA

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