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Do people make trait inferences, even without intentions or instructions, at the encoding stage of processing behavioral information? Tulving's encoding specificity paradigm (Tulving & Thomson, 1973) was adapted for two recall experiments. Under memory instructions only, subjects read sentences describing people performing actions that implied traits.(More)
ii Dedicated to my parents iii iv Abstract In a peer-to-peer shared ride system, transportation clients with traffic demand negotiate with transportation hosts offering shared ride services for ad-hoc ride sharing in a continuously changing environment, using wireless geosensor networks. Due to the distinctive characteristic of this system—a complex and(More)
Do people infer personality dispositions automatically when they encode behavior? Tulving's encoding-specificity paradigm was adapted to test three operational indicants of automatism: absence of intention, of interference from other mental activity, and of awareness. Recruited for a digit-recall study, subjects read sentences describing actions during the(More)
OBJECTIVES We aimed to test the hypotheses that (i) plasma choline metabolites differ between normal (body mass index (BMI)<25 kg m(-2)) and overweight (BMI 25 kg m(-2)) men, and (ii) an elevated BMI alters associations between plasma choline metabolites and indicators of metabolic stress. DESIGN This was a cross-sectional study. A one-time fasting blood(More)
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