Scientific Study of Literature 7:1

[Scientific Study of Literature, 7:1]  2017.  iii, 174 pp.
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Table of Contents
Editorial
Editorial: Towards a critical mass of accumulated knowledge in the field of scientific literary studies
1–3
Articles
What’s in the brain that ink may character ….: A quantitative narrative analysis of Shakespeare’s 154 sonnets for use in (Neuro-)cognitive poetics
Arthur M. Jacobs, Sarah Schuster, Shuwei Xue and Jana Lüdtke
4–51
Perceptual qualities of literary style
Martin Siefkes
52–78
The genre effect: A science fiction (vs. realism) manipulation decreases inference effort, reading comprehension, and perceptions of literary merit
Chris Gavaler and Dan R. Johnson
79–108
Mediated relationships with TV characters: The effects of perceived and actual similarity in personality traits
Jonathan Cohen and Michal Hershman-Shitrit
109–128
Effects of exposure to literary narrative fiction: From book smart to street smart?
Hannah N.M. De Mulder, Frank Hakemulder, Rianne van den Berghe, Fayette Klaassen and Jos J.A. van Berkum
129–169
Book review
Review of Zyngier, S., Ed. (2016) Language, Discourse, Style: Selected works of John McH. Sinclair
Reviewed by Justin Nicholes
170–174
Subjects
BIC Subject: DSA – Literary theory
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General