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Sanner, Anna Katharina
Abstract / Description
Art and science often face each other as antipodes in the academic world. They differ fundamentally in their methodical approach. Artistic work aims at the precise analysis and understanding of subjective thoughts and feelings. In contrast, science is theory-driven and focused on objective findings and generalizable results. This archive was created to bring both into discourse. It includes: - A description of a an artistic-research process that explored the understanding of ten emotions (Zeißig, A. (2018). The Creative Act as a Mode of Research: Ten Emotions - Ten Films. Weinböhla: edition neuhaus. http://dx.doi.org/10.23668/psycharchives.4852). - A database of ten developed videos exploring the emotions of boredom, revulsion, sadness, pain, fear, haste, aggression, comfort, joy and equanimity (Zeißig, A. (2018). Database of Ten Emotions - Ten Films. Weinböhla: edition neuhaus. http://dx.doi.org/10.23668/psycharchives.4851). - The result of a first empirical study to investigate the induction of intended emotions (Zeißig, A. (2019-07-17). Ten Emotions - Ten Films [Poster presentation]. International Society for Research on Emotion Conference, University of Amsterdam. PsychArchives. http://dx.doi.org/10.23668/psycharchives.4853). The project is looking for interested researchers and collaborations to further test the videos. Since the videos are language-free and free of culture or time specific elements, narration or dramaturgy it would be interesting to cooperate transnationally and international to discuss the development of culture-free emotion induction methods.
This is a secondary publication of: Zeißig, A. (2018). The Creative Act as a Mode of Research: Ten Emotion - Ten Films. Weinböhla: edition neuhaus. (Book with DVD). More information on the author can be found under: http://www.ankezeissig.de/ and https://www.b-tu.de/fg-paedagogische-psychologie/team/anke-zeissig.