The storyline matters! Eighteen-month-olds’ memory for movies

Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution

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Osman Skjold Kingo - Lecturer

Trine Sonne - Other

Peter Krøjgaard - Other

Two visual paired-comparison studies investigated the importance of a storyline for remembering short cartoon videos across a two-week delay in 18-month-old infants. In Study 1, infants were tested with either a “Storyline” version with full access to all movie elements including the unfolding storyline, or a “Pixelized” version where only the colors, luminance and general movies was preserved. Only the “Storyline” version led to a preference (familiarity) at test. Study 2 showed that disrupting the storyline while preserving static conceptual information did not lead to any preference either. Consequently, only full access to the storyline led to subsequent memory.
7 Jun 2019

Event (Conference)

TitleSARMAC XIII
Date06/06/201909/06/2019
Website
LocationOcean Edge Resort, Brewster
CityCape Cod
CountryUnited States
Degree of recognitionInternational event

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