演講時間：2016/12/16 (週五) 下午 1:10~2:30
演講地點：政治大學逸仙樓一樓演講廳 050101室 (原地點已異動，請以此公告為準)
演講題目： Textual emotion potential, fiction feelings, and immersion: an fMRI study testing the neurocognitive poetics model of literary reading
講者： Dr. Chun-Ting Hsu
Postdoctoral Scholar, Brain, Language, and Computation Lab of Professor Ping Li, Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Chun-Ting Hsu於德國柏林自由大學（Freie Universität Berlin）教育與心理學系取得博士，目前在賓夕法尼亞州立大學（Pennsylvania State University）心理學系的大腦、語言和計算實驗室擔任博士後研究學者。
Reading is a complex higher-order cognitive activity unique to human beings, which transmits the sense, feeling, tone, and intention of the writer and brings pleasures. However, the neurocognitive aspects of emotion processing in literary reading are still hardly understood. The neurocognitive poetics model of literary reading by Jacobs consists of the implicit processing of backgrounded elements, as well as explicit processing of foregrounded elements. Under such framework, this fMRI study using text passages from Harry Potter books as materials aimed to delineate neural correlates of different levels of emotion processing during reading: 1) the lexical level, at which single words are processed; 2) the inter-lexical level, at which specific relationships between words – independently of syntax structure – come into play; 3) the supra-lexical level, at which the emotional impact originates beyond the impact of the representation of single constituting words. This study also investigated four possible mechanisms concerning neural networks associated with affective response during literary reading: 1) the neural-reuse hypothesis; 2) the classical psycholinguistic hypothesis; 3) perspective simulation and identification; and 4) embodied or grounded emotion.
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