Meryl Varadinov

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Narratives may provide a general context, unrestricted by space and time, which can be used to organize episodic memories into networks of related events. However, it is not clear how narrative contexts are represented in the brain. Here we test the novel hypothesis that the formation of narrative-based contextual representations in humans relies on the(More)
Vertical and horizontal head movements (universally associated with nodding and shaking, respectively) have frequently been demonstrated to affect cognitive processes. Two experiments were conducted to test the hypothesis that overt head movements can influence memory for valenced images. In the first experiment, participants were instructed to perform(More)
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