In 1916, an eminent psychologist recorded his impressions of the fledgling film industry. His penetrating and prescient observations foretold the most modern developments of the cinematic art, and his classic survey, The Film: A Psychological Study,
remains a text of enduring relevance to movie historians as well as students of film and psychology.
Ranging from considerations of the viewer's perception of on-screen depth and motion to examinations of the cinema's distinguishing and unique characteristics as an art form, this study arrives at strikingly modern conclusions about movies and their psychological values.
Reprint of The Photoplay: A Psychological Study, D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1916.
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