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Executive Functions after Age 5: Changes and Correlates.
Research and theorizing on executive function (EF) in childhood has been disproportionately focused on preschool age children. This review paper outlines the importance of examining EF throughout… Expand
Thematic thinking : the apprehension and consequences of thematic relations
A thematic relation is a temporal, spatial, causal, or functional relation between things that perform complementary roles in the same scenario or event. For example, cows and milk are related by a… Expand
Roosters, robins, and alarm clocks : Aptness and conventionality in metaphor comprehension
Bowdle and Gentner (2005) proposed a reconciliation of the comparison and categorization models of metaphor comprehension. Their career of metaphor model posits that, as a metaphorical term becomes… Expand
Integrative priming occurs rapidly and uncontrollably during lexical processing.
- Zachary Estes, Lara L. Jones
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of experimental psychology. General
- 1 February 2009
Lexical priming, whereby a prime word facilitates recognition of a related target word (e.g., nurse --> doctor), is typically attributed to association strength, semantic similarity, or compound… Expand
Priming via relational similarity: A COPPER HORSE is faster when seen through a GLASS EYE
Relation priming is a phenomenon in which comprehension of a word pair (e.g.. COPPER HORSE) is facilitated by the prior presentation of another word pair (e.g., GLASS EYE) that instantiates the same… Expand
Metaphor comprehension as attributive categorization.
The class-inclusion model claims that metaphors (e.g., That exam is a filter) are comprehended by inclusion of the topic (or subject) as a member of an attributive category named after and… Expand
Priming by relational integration in perceptual identification and Stroop colour naming.
Integrative priming is the facilitated recognition of a target word following a prime word with which it can be combined to produce a sub-type of the target (e.g., a lake bird is a type of bird).… Expand
Different influences on lexical priming for integrative, thematic, and taxonomic relations
Word pairs may be integrative (i.e., combination of two concepts into one meaningful entity; e.g., fruit—cake), thematically related (i.e., connected in time and place; e.g., party—cake), and/or… Expand
Clever and crude but not kind: Narcissism, self-esteem, and the self-reference effect
According to the agency model of narcissism (Campbell, Brunell, & Finkel, 2006) narcissists view themselves as high on agentic traits but low on communal traits. To test if this self-view extends to… Expand
An asymmetric effect of relational integration on recognition memory
- Lara L. Jones, Z. Estes, R. Marsh
- Psychology, Medicine
- Quarterly journal of experimental psychology
- 9 July 2008
Two experiments assessed whether conceptual relations (e.g., contains: cookie jar) facilitate the retrieval of concepts (e.g., cookie and jar) from long-term memory. The CARIN model of nominal… Expand