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One of the main findings of cognitive sciences is that automatic processes of which we are unaware shape, to a significant extent, our perception of the environment. The phenomenon applies not only to the real world, but also to multimedia data we consume every day. Whenever we look at pictures, watch a video or listen to audio recordings, our conscious attention efforts focus on the observable content, but our cognition spontaneously perceives intentions, beliefs, values, attitudes and otherdoi:10.1145/2502081.2502280 dblp:conf/mm/CristaniVSP13 fatcat:3ey5knjwy5hvdikwwycaptzoce