Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image

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Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image

The Society started as the Center for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image in 1997. The past president of SCSMI was Carl Plantinga, Calvin College and presently president of this society is Murray Smith, University of Kent. This Society was supported by Joseph and Barbara Anderson throughout their stay at the University of Kansas. Since 1997, the Center sponsored its initial international conference. The Center shifted with the Andersons to Georgia State University then to the University of Central Arkansas. In these years, a series of conferences was started. In 1999, the Center’s conference was took place at the University of Copenhagen; in 2001, the event was control at the University of Pecs, Hungary and in 2006, the conference held at the University of Potsdam. Over this time period, the Andersons and colleagues supported the Journal of Cognitive studies of the Moving Image that became a venue for the work of interested students. In 2006, as a result of the keen interest of the many students within the US and abroad, a separate organization with officers and bylaws was created and named the Society for the psychological feature Study of the Moving Image. In 2009, the Society adopted the new created journal, Projections, as its official publication. This Society is presently incorporated as a not-for-profit tutorial association.

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