Jerry J. R. Ou

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It is widely held that the spatial compatibility effect emerges because the irrelevant spatial dimension of the target stimulus activates a response simultaneous to the activation of a response to the relevant stimulus dimension. The non-target response facilitates response planning on compatible trials, but interferes with response planning on incompatible(More)
When the majority of energy (>90%) is generated by fossil fuels, carbon dioxide emissions increase the greenhouse gas effect of the region. Therefore, renewable, sustainable, and economically viable energy sources are needed as alternatives to fossil fuels. The facilities and installation costs for generating renewable energy is much higher than the cost(More)
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