Article published in:
Scientific Study of Literature
Vol. 11:2 (2021) ► pp. 148195
References
Berlina, A.
(Ed.) (2017) Viktor Shklovsky: A reader. Bloomsbury Academic.Google Scholar
Bezdek, M. A., Foy, J. E., & Gerrig, R. J.
(2013) “Run for it!”: Viewers’ participatory responses to film narratives. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 7 (4), 409–416. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Blain, S. D., Longenecker, J. M., Grazioplene, R. G., Klimes-Dougan, B., & DeYoung, C. G.
(2020) Apophenia as the disposition to false positives: A unifying framework for openness and psychoticism. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 129 (3), 279–292. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bohrn, I. C., Altmann, U., Lubrich, O., Menninghaus, W., & Jacobs, A. M.
(2012) Old proverbs in new skins – An fMRI study on defamiliarization. Frontiers in Psychology, 3 1. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bruhn, M. J.
(2011) Harmonious madness: The poetics of analogy at the limits of blending theory. Poetics Today, 32 (4), 619–662. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Busselle, R., & Bilandzic, H.
(2009) Measuring narrative engagement. Media Psychology, 12 (4), 321–347. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cacioppo, J. T., & Petty, R. E.
(1982) The need for cognition. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 42 (1), 116–131. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chernavin, G., & Yampolskaya, A.
(2019) ‘Estrangement’ in aesthetics and beyond: Russian formalism and phenomenological method. Continental Philosophy Review, 52 (1), 91–113. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chin, W. W.
(2010) How to write up and report PLS analyses. In V. Esposito Vinzi, W. W. Chin, J. Henseler, & H. Wang (Eds.), Handbook of partial least squares: Concepts, methods and applications in marketing and related fields (pp. 655–690). Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Coventry, K. R., Griffiths, D., & Hamilton, C. J.
(2014) Spatial demonstratives and perceptual space: Describing and remembering object location. Cognitive Psychology, 69 1, 46–70. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Dancygier, B.
(2019) Proximal and distal deictics and the construal of narrative time. Cognitive Linguistics, 30 (2), 399–415. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Deligiorgi, K.
(2014) The pleasures of contra-purposiveness: Kant, the sublime, and being human. Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism, 72 (1), 25–35. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
DeYoung, C. G.
(2015) Openness/Intellect: A dimension of personality reflecting cognitive exploration. In P. R. Mikulincer, P. R. Shaver, M. L. Cooper, & R. J. Larsen (Eds.), APA handbook of personality and social psychology: Personality processes and individual differences (Vol. 41, pp. 369–399). American Psychological Association. http://​www​.tc​.umn​.edu​/~cdeyoung​/Pubs​/DeYoung​_2014​_O​-I​_PPID​_handbook​.pdf. Crossref
DeYoung, C. G., Grazioplene, R. G., & Peterson, J. B.
(2012) From madness to genius: The Openness/Intellect trait domain as a paradoxical simplex. Journal of Research in Personality, 46 (1), 63–78. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
DeYoung, C. G., Quilty, L. C., & Peterson, J. B.
(2007) Between facets and domains: 10 aspects of the Big Five. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 93 (5), 880–896. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Douglas, S.
(2019) Narrating Identity: The Impact of Literary Reading on Storied Autobiographical Memory Development. Ph.D. dissertation. Edmonton, Canada: University of Alberta.
Eco, U.
(1983) Horns, hooves, insteps: Some hypotheses on three types of abduction. In U. Eco & T. A. Sebeok (Eds.), The sign of three (pp. 198–220). Indiana UP.Google Scholar
Emmott, C.
(2002) Responding to style: Cohesion, foregrounding, and thematic interpretation. In M. Louwerse & W. van Peer (Eds.), Thematics: Interdisciplinary Studies (pp. 92–117). Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Fialho, O.
(2007) Foregrounding and refamiliarization: Understanding readers’ response to literary texts. Language and Literature, 16 (2), 105–123. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2012) Self-Modifying Experiences in Literary Reading: A Model for Reader Response. Ph.D. dissertation. Edmonton, Canada: University of Alberta.
Fletcher, A., & Monterosso, J.
(2016) The science of free-indirect discourse: An alternate cognitive effect. Narrative, 24 (1), 82–103. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gendlin, E. T.
(1997) Experiencing and the creation of meaning: A philosophical and psychological approach to the subjective. Northwestern University Press.Google Scholar
Gerrig, R. J.
(1993) Experiencing narrative worlds: On the psychological activities of reading, Yale UP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gerrig, R. J., & Jacovina, M. E.
(2009) Chapter 7 Reader Participation in the Experience of Narrative. In Psychology of Learning and Motivation (Vol. 511, pp. 223–254). Elsevier. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Green, M. C., & Brock, T. C.
(2000) The role of transportation in the persuasiveness of public narratives. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 79 (5), 701–721. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hakemulder, J. F.
(2004) Foregrounding and its effect on readers’ perception. Discourse Processes, 38 (2), 193–218. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hakemulder, F.
(2020) Finding meaning through literature. Anglistik, 31 (1), 91–110. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hakemulder, F., Kuijpers, M. M., Tan, E. S. H., Bálint, K., & Doicaru, M. M.
Eds. (2017) Narrative Absorption. Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hakemulder, F., & van Peer, W.
(2016) Empirical stylistics (Chapter 12). In V. Sotirova (Ed.), The Bloomsbury companion to stylistics (pp. 189–207). Bloomsbury Academic. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Healey, M. L., & Grossman, M.
(2018) Cognitive and affective perspective-taking: Evidence for shared and dissociable anatomical substrates. Frontiers in Neurology, 9 1, 491. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Husserl, E.
(1973) Experience and judgment: Investigations in a genealogy of logic. (L. Landgrebe, Trans.). Northwestern UP.Google Scholar
(1989) Ideas pertaining to a pure phenomenology and to a phenomenological philosophy (second book) (R. Rojcewicz & A. Schuwer, Trans.). Kluwer Academic Publishers. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ihde, D.
(2007) Listening and voice: Phenomenologies of sound (2nd ed). State University of New York Press.Google Scholar
Jacobs, A. M.
(2015) Towards a neurocognitive poetics model of literary reading. In R. M. Willems (Ed.), Cognitive neuroscience of natural language use (pp. 135–159). Cambridge UP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jacobs, A. M., & Lüdtke, J.
(2017) Immersion into narrative and poetic worlds. In F. Hakemulder, M. M. Kuijpers, E. S. H. Tan, K. Bálint, & M. M. Doicaru (Eds.), Narrative absorption (pp. 69–96). Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jakobson, R.
(1960) Linguistics and poetics. In T. A. Sebeok (ed.), Style in language (pp. 350–377). MIT Press.Google Scholar
Kant, I.
(1987) Critique of judgment (W. S. Pluhar, Trans.). Hackett Pub. Co.Google Scholar
Kaufman, G. F., & Libby, L. K.
(2012) Changing beliefs and behavior through experience-taking. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103 (1), 1–19. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kaufman, S. B.
(2013) Opening up openness to experience: A four-factor model and relations to creative achievement in the arts and sciences. The Journal of Creative Behavior, 47 (4), 233–255. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kaufman, S. B., Quilty, L. C., Grazioplene, R. G., Hirsh, J. B., Gray, J. R., Peterson, J. B., & DeYoung, C. G.
(2016) Openness to experience and intellect differentially predict creative achievement in the arts and sciences: Openness, intellect, and creativity. Journal of Personality, n/a-n/a. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kreitz, C., Schnuerch, R., Gibbons, H., & Memmert, D.
(2015) Some see it, some don’t: Exploring the relation between inattentional blindness and personality factors. PLOS ONE, 10 (5), e0128158. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuijpers, M., Douglas, S., & Kuiken, D.
(2019) Personality traits and reading habits that predict absorbed narrative fiction reading. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 13 (1), 74–88. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuijpers, M. M., Douglas, S., & Bálint, K.
(2021) Narrative absorption: An overview. In D. Kuiken & A. Jacobs (Eds.), Handbook of empirical studies of literature (pp. 279–304). DeGruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuijpers, M. M., Douglas, S., & Kuiken, D.
(2020) Capturing the ways we read. Anglistik, 31 (1), 53–69. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuijpers, M. M., & Hakemulder, F.
(2018) Understanding and appreciating literary texts through rereading. Discourse Processes, 55 (7), 619–641. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuijpers, M. M., Hakemulder, F., Tan, E. S., & Doicaru, M. M.
(2014) Exploring absorbing reading experiences: Developing and validating a self-report scale to measure story world absorption. Scientific Study of Literature, 4 (1), 89–122. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuiken, D.
(2022) Expressive challenge and the metaphoricity of literary reading. In S. Willemsen & M. Kiss (Eds.), Puzzling Stories: The aesthetic appeal of cognitive challenge in literature, film & television. Berhahn.Google Scholar
Kuiken, D., Campbell, P., & Sopčák, P.
(2012) The Experiencing Questionnaire: Locating exceptional reading moments. Scientific Study of Literature, 2 (2), 243–272. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuiken, D., Carey, R., & Nielsen, T.
(1987) Moments of affective insight: Their phenomenology and relations to selected individual differences. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 6 (4), 341–364. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuiken, D., & Douglas, S.
(2017) Forms of absorption that facilitate the aesthetic and explanatory effects of literary reading (Chapter 11). In F. Hakemulder, M. M. Kuijpers, E. S. Tan, K. Bálint, & M. M. Doicaru (Eds.), Narrative absorption (Vol. 271, pp. 217–249). Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2018) Living metaphor as the site of bidirectional literary engagement. Scientific Study of Literature, 8 (1), 47–76. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuiken, D., Phillips, L., Gregus, M., Miall, D. S., Verbitsky, M., & Tonkonogy, A.
(2004) Locating self-modifying feelings within literary reading. Discourse Processes, 38 (2), 267–286. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuiken, D., & Sharma, R.
(2013) Effects of loss and trauma on sublime disquietude during literary reading. Scientific Study of Literature, 3 (2), 240–265. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuiken, D., & Sikora, S.
(1993) The impact of dreams on waking thoughts and feelings. In A. Moffitt, M. Kramer, & R. Hoffmann (Eds.), The Functions of dreaming (pp. 419–476). State University of New York Press.Google Scholar
Kuiken, D., & Sopčák, P.
(2021) Openness, reflective engagement, and self-altering literary reading. In D. Kuiken & A. Jacobs (Eds.), Handbook of empirical studies of literature (pp. 305–341). DeGruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kuzmičová, A.
(2014) Literary narrative and mental Imagery: A view from embodied cognition. Style, 48 (3), 275–293.Google Scholar
Leech, G. N., & Short, M.
(2007) Style in fiction: A linguistic introduction to English fictional prose (2nd ed). Pearson Longman.Google Scholar
Lishner, D. A., Batson, C. D., & Huss, E.
(2011) Tenderness and sympathy: Distinct empathic emotions elicited by different forms of need. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37 (5), 614–625. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mangan, B.
(2008) Representation, rightness and the fringe. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 15 (9), 75–82.Google Scholar
Menninghaus, W., Wagner, V., Hanich, J., Wassiliwizky, E., Kuehnast, M., & Jacobsen, T.
(2015) Towards a psychological construct of being moved. PloS One, 10 (6), e0128451. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Menninghaus, W., Wagner, V., Wassiliwizky, E., Schindler, I., Hanich, J., Jacobsen, T., & Koelsch, S.
(2019) What are aesthetic emotions? Psychological Review, 126 (2), 171–195. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Miall, D. S., & Kuiken, D.
(1994) Foregrounding, defamiliarization, and affect: Response to literary stories. Poetics, 22 (5), 389–407. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Miall, D., & Kuiken, D.
(1995) Aspects of literary response: A new questionnaire. Research in the Teaching of English, 29 (1), 37–58. http://​www​.jstor​.org​/stable​/40171422
Nell, V.
(1988) Lost in a book: The psychology of reading for pleasure, Yale UP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Nikiforidou, K.
(2012) The constructional underpinnings of viewpoint blends. In B. Dancygier & E. Sweetser (Eds.), Viewpoint in Language (pp. 177–197). Cambridge UP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Nilsson, N. C., Nordahl, R., & Serafin, S.
(2016) Immersion revisited: A review of existing definitions of immersion and their relation to different theories of presence. Human Technology, 12 (2), 108–134. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Nummenmaa, L., Hirvonen, J., Parkkola, R., & Hietanen, J. K.
(2008) Is emotional contagion special? An fMRI study on neural systems for affective and cognitive empathy. NeuroImage, 43 (3), 571–580. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Nussbaum, M. C.
(2001) The fragility of goodness: Luck and ethics in Greek tragedy and philosophy (Rev. ed). Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Oh, J., Lim, H. S., & Hwang, A. H.-C.
(2020) How interactive storytelling persuades: The mediating role of website contingency and narrative transportation. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 64 (5), 714–735. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Oleynick, V. C., DeYoung, C. G., Hyde, E., Kaufman, S. B., Beaty, R. E., & Silvia, P. J.
(2017) Openness/Intellect: The core of the creative personality. In G. J. Feist, R. Reiter-Palmon, & J. C. Kaufman (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Creativity and Personality Research (pp. 9–27). Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Oliver, M. B., Raney, A. A., Slater, M. D., Appel, M., Hartmann, T., Bartsch, A., Schneider, F. M., Janicke-Bowles, S. H., Krämer, N., Mares, M.-L., Vorderer, P., Rieger, D., Dale, K. R., & Das, E.
(2018) Self-transcendent media experiences: Taking meaningful media to a higher level. Journal of Communication, 68 (2), 380–389. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Perrone-Bertolotti, M., Kujala, J., Vidal, J. R., Hamame, C. M., Ossandon, T., Bertrand, O., Minotti, L., Kahane, P., Jerbi, K., & Lachaux, J.-P.
(2012) How silent is silent reading? Intracerebral evidence for top-down activation of temporal voice areas during reading. The Journal of Neuroscience: The Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 32 (49), 17554–17562. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Petersen, S. E., & Posner, M. I.
(2012) The attention system of the human brain: 20 years after. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 35 (1), 73–89. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Quinlan, J. A., & Mar, R. A.
(2020) How imagination supports narrative experiences for textual, audiovisual, and interactive narratives. In A. Abraham (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of the Imagination (1st ed., pp. 466–478). Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Reynolds, W. M.
(1982) Development of reliable and valid short forms of the Marlowe-Crowne Social Desirability Scale. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 38 (1), 119–125. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sanders, J.
(2010) Intertwined voices: Journalists’ modes of representing source information in journalistic subgenres. English Text Construction, 3 (2), 226–249. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sanders, J., & van Krieken, K.
(2019) Traveling through narrative time: How tense and temporal deixis guide the representation of time and viewpoint in news narratives. Cognitive Linguistics, 30 (2), 281–304. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sanford, A. J., & Emmott, C.
(2012) Mind, brain and narrative. Cambridge UP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Scanlon, M., & Engbers, C.
(Eds.) (2014) Poetry and dialogism: Hearing over. Palgrave Macmillan. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Schindler, I., Hosoya, G., Menninghaus, W., Beermann, U., Wagner, V., Eid, M., & Scherer, K. R.
(2017) Measuring aesthetic emotions: A review of the literature and a new assessment tool. PLOS ONE, 12 (6), e0178899. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Schurz, G.
(2008) Patterns of abduction. Synthese, 164 (2), 201–234. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sikora, S., Kuiken, D., & Miall, D. S.
(2011) Expressive reading: A phenomenological study of readers’ experience of Coleridge’s ‘The rime of the ancient mariner.’ Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 5 (3), 258–268. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Slaney, K.
(2017) Validating psychological constructs: Historical, philosophical, and practical dimensions. Palgrave Macmillan. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sopčák, P., Kuiken, D., & Douglas, S.
(2021) Literary reading and morality: Two distinct pathways towards two distinct forms of moral judgment. Paper presented at the Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature, Liverpool.
Sopčák, P., Kuiken, D., & Miall, D. S.
(2020) The effects of free indirect style in George Eliot’s ‘Middlemarch’: A reader response study. Anglistik: International Journal of English Studies, 31 (1), 15–29. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Spunt, R. P., & Adolphs, R.
(2014) Validating the why/how contrast for functional MRI studies of Theory of Mind. NeuroImage, 99 1, 301–311. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Stanton, A. L., Kirk, S. B., Cameron, C. L., & Danoff-Burg, S.
(2000) Coping through emotional approach: Scale construction and validation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 78 (6), 1150–1169. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Stephane, M., Dzemidzic, M., & Yoon, G.
(2021) Keeping the inner voice inside the head, a pilot fMRI study. Brain and Behavior, 11 (4). CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sternberg, M.
(2012) Mimesis and motivation: The two faces of fictional coherence. Poetics Today, 33 (3–4), 329–483. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Tellegen, A., & Atkinson, G.
(1974) Openness to absorbing and self-altering experiences (“absorption”), a trait related to hypnotic susceptibility. Journal of abnormal psychology 83 (3), 268–277. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Thissen, B. A. K., Menninghaus, W., & Schlotz, W.
(2020) The pleasures of reading fiction explained by flow, presence, identification, suspense, and cognitive involvement. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Toolan, M.
(2001) Narrative: A critical linguistic introduction (2nd Edition). Routledge.Google Scholar
van Krieken, K., Sanders, J., & Hoeken, H.
(2016) Blended viewpoints, mediated witnesses: A cognitive linguistic approach to news narratives. In B. Dancygier, W. Lu, & A. Verhagen (Eds.), Viewpoint and the Fabric of Meaning. DeGruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
van Krieken, K., Hoeken, H., & Sanders, J.
(2017) Evoking and measuring identification with narrative characters – A linguistic cues framework. Frontiers in Psychology, 8 1, 1190. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
van Laer, T., de Ruyter, K., Visconti, L. M., & Wetzels, M.
(2014) The extended transportation-imagery model: A meta-analysis of the antecedents and consequences of consumers’ narrative transportation. Journal of Consumer Research, 40 (5), 797–817. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Walter, N., Bilandzic, H., Schwarz, N., & Brooks, J. J.
(2020) Metacognitive approach to narrative persuasion: The desirable and undesirable consequences of narrative disfluency. Media Psychology. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zabelina, D. L.
(2018) Attention and creativity. In R. E. Jung & O. Vartanian (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of the Neuroscience of Creativity (1st ed., pp. 161–179). Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zabelina, D. L., Friedman, N. P., & Andrews-Hanna, J.
(2019) Unity and diversity of executive functions in creativity. Consciousness and Cognition, 68 1, 47–56. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zabelina, D., Saporta, A., & Beeman, M.
(2016) Flexible or leaky attention in creative people? Distinct patterns of attention for different types of creative thinking. Memory & Cognition, 44 (3), 488–498. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zunshine, L.
(2006) Why we read fiction: Theory of mind and the novel. Ohio State University Press.Google Scholar
Zwaan, R. A., & Rapp, D. N.
(2006) Discourse comprehension. In M. J. Traxler & M. A. Gernsbacher (Eds.), Handbook of psycholinguistics (2nd ed, pp. 725–764). Elsevier. CrossrefGoogle Scholar