Amanda M Mahoney

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Three experiments were conducted to investigate hemispheric asymmetry for the perception of emotional sounds. Pairs of human nonspeech sounds were presented dichotically in a forced choice recognition task. Under divided attention conditions (Experiments 1 and 2) an left ear advantage (LEA) emerged during the second block of trials. Performance accuracy for(More)
The purpose of this study was to assess the role of common motor responses as the "speaker" behavior on stimulus class formation, and the emergence of functional classes. Experiment 1 examined whether training one motor response to a set of three stimuli and a second motor response to another set of three stimuli would result in correct category-sort(More)
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