Slow Media and Wellbeing

Presence of Editing In Media on Self-Reported Measures of Well-Being.

This past term, we have conducted a study using surveys to test subjective positive and negative emotions before and after one of our two stimuli’s; which are slow and fast paced media films. We tested this because if positive findings were significant, we could share this with our community to raise awareness on the positive psychological effects of slow media.

The Team

  • Students: Charity Champagne, James Chan,
    Kimberley Karstunen, and Joshua Purdy
  • Instructor: Douglas Alards-Tomalin
  • Partner: Anne Rodgers (North Vancouver Recreation & Culture Commission)
  • Course code: PSYC 212