Louise K. Nind

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Two experiments employed experience sampling to examine the factors associated with a prospective and retrospective focus during mind wandering. Experiment One explored the contribution of working memory and indicated that participants generally prospect when the task does not require continuous monitoring. Experiment Two demonstrated that in the context of(More)
It is generally agreed that the maximum output from a hearing aid should not exceed the subject's uncomfortable loudness level (ULL). However, this relationship is not easily defined as electroacoustic data are usually measured in a 2 cc coupler and auditory measurements are usually obtained from supra-aural transducers calibrated in a 6 cc coupler. The aim(More)
Repetition priming (RP) is the ability to recognize a stimulus more rapidly as a result of prior exposure to the item. Recent research examining the neuroanatomical basis of this effect has demonstrated RP for familiar faces presented to the right but not to the left cerebral hemisphere. Extending this line of enquiry, the current research considered(More)
The temporal coordination of behavior during dyadic interactions is a foundation for effective social exchange with synchronized actions enhancing perceptions of rapport and interpersonal connectedness. What has yet to be established, however, are the precise characteristics of behavioral coordination that give rise to such effects. Informed by a dynamical(More)
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