Relative perception; influenced by knowledge or expectations.
Audience cognitive construction of time, space and causality through the compilation of two parts at the time.
Inherently linked with the narrative schema, it explains how the audience participates in the reconstruction of meaning in film.
Semantic confirmation of the reference of a sonic ocurrence.
Spectator willingness to fill in or ignore some information to maintain a particular spatial and/or temporal context.
Describes how an audience collects a series of episode into a focused causal chain.
Perception that incorporates several sensorial inputs; in the case of cinema, sight and hearing mainly.
Film spectatorship operates in three modes: story-awareness, medium-awareness, and world-awareness
The ability to identify other languages, mostly foreign when not subtitled.
Absolute perception; information focused and not influenced by anything else