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How does a movie affect us?

13 March 2013

Watching a movie is often a fun, social and sometimes even educational event. You can watch at home or go to the cinema. There is, however, a difference in the emotions experienced while watching a film on your own or in company. Julian Hanich's research focuses on films and emotions. He is involved in two series of lectures that can be followed at the University of Groningen.

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