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Effects of Directional Habits and Handedness on Aesthetic Preference for Left and Right Profiles
Are aesthetic preferences associated with directional reading/writing habits or with cerebral laterality? To answer this question, 138 right-handed and non-right-handed Arabic, Hebrew, and Russian…
Collaborative remembering of emotional events: The case of Rabin's assassination
Responses to the two questionnaires were more accurate on the retest when they followed collaborative rather than individual responses on the original test, whereas the positive effect of collaborative remembering on performance on theretest was attributed to the contribution of contextual cues.
On the modularity of face recognition: the riddle of domain specificity.
- I. Nachson
- PsychologyJournal of clinical and experimental…
- 1 April 1995
Domain specificity is examined by looking into the innate nature of face recognition, the special effects related to the recognition of inverted faces, the specificity of electrophysiological responsivity to facial stimuli, and the specific impairment in face recognition associated with localized brain damage.
Memory of Auschwitz survivors
Accuracy and other characteristics of memories of five survivors of the Auschwitz extermination camp (three males and two females) were examined by comparing their recollections from the camp with…
A serial test of the laterality of familiar face recognition
International variation in ethics committee requirements: comparisons across five Westernised nations
- F. Goodyear-Smith, B. Lobb, G. Davies, I. Nachson, Sheila M. Seelau
- MedicineBMC medical ethics
- 19 April 2002
A comparison of ethical requirements in an international cross-cultural study that involved testing hypotheses about believability of testimonies regarding alleged child sexual abuse is reported.
The contribution of external and internal features to the matching of unfamiliar faces
The results suggest that since faces are configurational stimuli, face matching is influenced by the non-relevant set of features; and that mismatches, especially of external features, influence face matching more than matches do.
Flashbulb and factual memories: the case of Rabin's assassination
Similarities and differences between factual memories (FTM) and flashbulb memories (FBM) of the assassination of Israel's Prime Minister, Itzhak Rabin, were explored. About two weeks after the…
Effect of inversion on the recognition of external and internal facial features.