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Effects of bilateral eye movements on gist based false recognition in the DRM paradigm
Evaluating the Perceived Stress Scale among UK university students: implications for stress measurement and management
ABSTRACT University life can be stressful, and accurate measurement of perceived stress is important for research and practice. However, despite widespread use, disagreement persists regarding the…
Effects of bilateral eye movements on the retrieval of item, associative, and contextual information.
Two experiments are reported that investigate the effects of saccadic bilateral eye movements on the retrieval of item, associative, and contextual information and the possible neural underpinnings of these effects are considered.
Conspiracy theory and cognitive style: a worldview
- N. Dagnall, K. Drinkwater, Andrew Parker, Andrew Denovan, M. Parton
- PsychologyFront. Psychol.
- 25 February 2015
Findings supported the view that belief in conspiracies, within the sub-clinical population, was associated with a delusional thinking style, and cognitive-perceptual factors in combination accounted for only 32% of the variance.
Reduced misinformation effects following saccadic bilateral eye movements
Effects of Part-Set Cuing on Experienced and Novice Chess Players' Reconstruction of a Typical Chess Midgame Position
Experienced players performed better than novice players across recall indices, with the exception of reminiscence at which both groups performed similarly.
Paranormal belief and reasoning
Misperception of Chance, Conjunction, Belief in the Paranormal and Reality Testing: A Reappraisal
Summary The present study examined the degree to which specific probabilistic biases (misperception of chance and conjunction fallacy) were associated with belief in the paranormal and proneness…
Concreteness effects revisited: The influence of dynamic visual noise on memory for concrete and abstract words
Two experiments are presented that investigate the effects of dynamic visual noise (DVN) on memory for concrete and abstract words and found DVN to reduce memory accuracy and remember responses, while increasing know responses to concrete words.
Reality testing, conspiracy theories, and paranormal beliefs
This study investigated the relationship between conspiracist beliefs, reality testing, belief in the paranormal, and related anomalistic beliefs (urban legends). Attitudes toward general…