J Exp Psych General
Journal of Experimental Psychology General, 151(7)
INTEREST CATEGORY: CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
POSTING TYPE: TOCs
Inference from explanation.
—Kirfel, Lara; Icard, Thomas; Gerstenberg, Tobias [Google Scholar]
Domain-general conflict monitoring predicts neural and behavioral indices of linguistic error processing during reading comprehension.
—Brothers, Trevor; Zeitlin, Margarita; Perrachione, Arim Choi; Choi, Connie; Kuperberg, Gina [Google Scholar]
Two faces of perceptual awareness during the attentional blink: Gradual and discrete.
—Karabay, Aytaç; Wilhelm, Sophia A.; de Jong, Joost; Wang, Jing; Martens, Sander; Akyürek, Elkan G. [Google Scholar]
Event segmentation and event boundary advantage: Role of attention and postencoding processing.
—Pradhan, Rujuta; Kumar, Devpriya [Google Scholar]
Speech-specific perceptual adaptation deficits in children and adults with dyslexia.
—Ozernov-Palchik, Ola; Beach, Sara D.; Brown, Meredith; Centanni, Tracy M.; Gaab, Nadine; Kuperberg, Gina; Perrachione, Tyler K.; Gabrieli, John D. E. [Google Scholar]
Longitudinal evidence for differential plasticity of cognitive functions: Mindfulness-based mental training enhances working memory, but not perceptual discrimination, response inhibition, and metacognition.
—Böckler, Anne; Singer, Tania [Google Scholar]
Unintended emotions in the laboratory: Emotions incidentally induced by a standard visual working memory task relate to task performance.
—Laybourn, Sara; Frenzel, Anne C.; Constant, Martin; Liesefeld, Heinrich R. [Google Scholar]
Promoting farsighted decisions via episodic future thinking: A meta-analysis.
—Rösch, Sarah A.; Stramaccia, Davide F.; Benoit, Roland G. [Google Scholar]
Do judges prefer advisors with dependent or independent errors? Investigating judges’ advice selection and advice weighting.
—Schulz-Hardt, Stefan; Wanzel, Stella K.; Rollwage, Johannes; Treffenstädt, Christian; Schultze, Thomas [Google Scholar]
The backfire effect after correcting misinformation is strongly associated with reliability.
—Swire-Thompson, Briony; Miklaucic, Nicholas; Wihbey, John P.; Lazer, David; DeGutis, Joseph [Google Scholar]
Personal relative deprivation and the belief that economic success is zero-sum.
—Ongis, Martino; Davidai, Shai [Google Scholar]
A paradox of pride: Hubristic pride predicts strategic dishonesty in response to status threats.
—Mercadante, Eric J.; Tracy, Jessica L. [Google Scholar]
A dissociation between conceptual prominence and explicit category learning: Evidence from agent and patient event roles.
—Rissman, Lilia; Lupyan, Gary [Google Scholar]
Abstract thinking facilitates aggregation of information.
—Hadar, Britt; Glickman, Moshe; Trope, Yaacov; Liberman, Nira; Usher, Marius [Google Scholar]