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Doodling could change your firm

Subjects: Accounting firms -- Public relations; Accounting firms -- Marketing; Visual communication -- MethodsTalkowska, Natalia -- Beliefs, opinions and attitudesUnited Kingdom

  • Source: Accountancy Age (Online ed.). Nov 6, 2019

  • Abstract: Growing up in Poland, Natalia Talkowska was always fascinated by arts, creating doodles and comics for hours and hours. When talking about her childhood, the ...

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Too Dangerous to Disclose? FOIA, Courtroom 'Visual Theory,' and the Legal Battle Over Detainee Abuse Photographs

Subjects: Images, Photographic -- Access control; Images, Photographic -- Evidence; Images, Photographic -- Public opinionUnited States; International

  • Source: Law and Social Inquiry. Fall, 2018, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p1164, 24 p.

  • Abstract: Byline: Anna Veronica Banchik As law deepens its engagement with visual data, legal scholars have expressed concern that courts all too ...

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The brand communication effects of using a headline to prompt the key benefit in ads with pictorial metaphors

Subjects: Visual communication -- Psychological aspects; Visual communication -- Methods; Print advertising -- MethodsUnited States

  • Source: Journal of Advertising. Summer, 2012, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p67, 9 p.

  • Abstract: Pictorial metaphors are often employed in print advertising to convey the key benefit of the brand being advertised (Rossiter 2008; Rossiter and Bellman 2005). To give just ...

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Integration of facial and newly learned visual cues in speech perception

Subjects: Methods; Psychological aspects; UsageUnited States

  • Source: American Journal of Psychology. Fall 2011, Vol. 124 Issue 3, p341, 14 p.

  • Abstract: We are developing technology to translate acoustic characteristics of speech into visual cues that can be used to supplement speechreading when ...

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The role of target--distractor relationships in guiding attention and the eyes in visual search

Subjects: Observations; Models; Psychological aspectsUnited States

  • Source: Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. May 2010, Vol. 139 Issue 2, p247, 9 p.

  • Abstract: Current models of visual search assume that visual attention can he guided by tuning attention toward specific ...

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The visual-auditory color-word Stroop asymmetry and its time course

Subjects: Psychological aspects; Analysis; Visual communication -- Psychological aspects

  • Source: Memory & Cognition. Dec 2005, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p1325, 12 p.

  • Abstract: Four experiments examined crossmodal versions of the Stroop task in order (1) to look for Stroop asymmetries in color naming, spoken-word naming, and written-word naming and ...

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Crap circles

Subjects: Graphic methods -- Psychological aspects; Graphic methods -- Evaluation; Business communication -- Psychological aspects

  • Source: Harvard Business Review. Nov 2005, Vol. 83 Issue 11, p20, 2 p.

  • Abstract: The author presents a humorous but effective critique of information graphics used in business literature. Discussion focuses on the psychological component ...

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Using Pointing and Describing to Achieve Joint Focus of Attention in Dialogue

Subjects: Visual communication -- Usage; Visual communication -- Psychological aspects; Conversation -- Analysis

  • Source: Psychological Science. June 2004, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p415

  • Abstract: Pointing was shown to focus attention in dialogue. Pairs of people talked and gestured to identify targets from arrays visible to both of them. Arrays ...

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Form and content: looking at visual features of television

Subjects: Research; Psychological aspects; Childhood perception -- Research

  • Source: Developmental Psychology. July 1999, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p1156, 1 p.

  • Abstract: Television viewing at home by 50 individuals in 5 age groups (2-, 5-, 8-, 12-year-olds, and adults) was recorded on 1-s time-lapse videotapes over 10-day periods. Coding ...

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