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Clearing the garden-path: improving sentence processing through cognitive control training
How do general-purpose cognitive abilities affect language processing and comprehension? Recent research emphasises a role for cognitive control—also called executive function (EF)—when individualsExpand
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Language and Memory Improvements following tDCS of Left Lateral Prefrontal Cortex
Recent research demonstrates that performance on executive-control measures can be enhanced through brain stimulation of lateral prefrontal regions. Separate psycholinguistic work emphasizes theExpand
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Why reread? Evidence from garden-path and local coherence structures
Two eye-tracking experiments were conducted to compare the online reading and offline comprehension of main verb/reduced relative garden-path sentences and local coherence sentences. Rereading ofExpand
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Rapid liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry method for targeted quantitation of human performance metabolites in saliva.
Saliva is increasingly being targeted for metabolic studies due to its non-invasive collection methods. Tracing levels of certain metabolites within biofluids can provide indications for a myriad ofExpand
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Optimal Transport Based Change Point Detection and Time Series Segment Clustering
Two common problems in time series analysis are the decomposition of the data stream into disjoint segments that are each in some sense "homogeneous" - a problem known as Change Point Detection (CPD)Expand
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Affect during incremental exercise: The role of inhibitory cognition, autonomic cardiac function, and cerebral oxygenation
Background Pleasure is a key factor for physical activity behavior in sedentary individuals. Inhibitory cognitive control may play an important role in pleasure perception while exercising,Expand
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Targeted Right Medial Temporal Lobe tDCS and Associative Spatial and Non-Spatial Memory
Advances in finite element modeling afford targeting of cortical and subcortical brain regions with transcranial electrical stimulation, presenting the possibility for neuromodulating medial temporalExpand
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A rational approach to memory search termination
An important component of many, if not all, real-world retrieval tasks is the decision to terminate memory search. Despite its importance, systematic evaluations of the potential rules forExpand
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Visual identity and uncertainty in repetition blindness.
Repetition blindness (RB) was investigated in 6 experiments. In the first 3 experiments participants detected vowel targets in 11-letter sequences. When all letters were uppercase, detection wasExpand
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Retrieval Dynamics in Self-Terminated Memory Search
Most free-recall experiments employ a paradigm in which participants are given a preset amount of time to retrieve items from a list. While much has been learned using this paradigm, it ignores anExpand
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