Animation, A Neuroplasticart* Media of Visual Thinking and Emotions

Inmaculada Concepción Carpe Pérez, Maria Susana Garcia Rams (Andet), Hanne Pedersen (Andet)

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At the Animated Learning Lab, Denmark, we use animation as a social emotional learning media to practice emotional intelligence and the neuroplasticity of our brain. We connect cognitive, affective neuroscience with animation through the creative process of making animated films. We obtain a pleasant experience as we learn something, changing our brain by experiencing new worlds, feelings, situations, or by re-creating them from the past. It can cultivate a wise and sensitive mind, helping to develop critical thinking, questioning beliefs, feelings and actions, since we embodied characters’ mind-sets and emotions.
Publikationsdato8 apr. 2016
StatusUdgivet - 8 apr. 2016


  • Æstetik, design og medier
  • Medier, kommunikation og sprog
  • Skoler, fag og institutioner


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