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Learning at any rate: action–effect learning for stimulus-based actions
Recent studies reported converging evidence for action–effect associations if participants adopted an intention-based action control mode in free choice conditions, whereas no evidence forExpand
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Good things peak in pairs: a note on the bimodality coefficient
Frequency data of four hypothetical distributions of 100 values each, with corresponding estimates of skewness (m3), kurtosis (m4), and the BC.
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Adaptive control of ideomotor effect anticipations.
According to ideomotor theory, voluntary actions are selected and initiated by means of anticipated action effects. Prior experiments yielded evidence for these effect anticipations withExpand
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Dissecting the response in response–effect compatibility
Voluntary actions are guided by sensory anticipations of body-related as well as environment-related action effects. Even though action effects in the environment typically resemble the action goalExpand
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Easy methods for extracting individual regression slopes: Comparing SPSS, R, and Excel
An increasingly popular analysis of within-subjects designs revolves around regression coefficients that are estimated individually for each participant. More precisely, a dependent variableExpand
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Honesty saves time (and justifications)
The study of active lying poses considerable methodological challenges, especially regarding suitable experimental designs to prompt dishonest responses. This aim is often achieved by instructingExpand
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Representing the hyphen in action-effect associations: automatic acquisition and bidirectional retrieval of action-effect intervals.
We examined whether a temporal interval between an action and its sensory effect is integrated in the cognitive action structure in a bidirectional fashion. In 3 experiments, participants firstExpand
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Manipulating the Alpha Level Cannot Cure Significance Testing
We argue that making accept/reject decisions on scientific hypotheses, including a recent call for changing the canonical alpha level from p = 0.05 to p = 0.005, is deleterious for the finding of newExpand
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Movements or targets: What makes an action in action–effect learning?
According to ideomotor theory, actions become linked to the sensory feedback they contingently produce, so that anticipating the feedback automatically evokes the action it typically results from.Expand
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Good vibrations? Vibrotactile self-stimulation reveals anticipation of body-related action effects in motor control
Previous research suggests that motor actions are intentionally generated by recollecting their sensory consequences. Whereas this has been shown to apply to visual or auditory consequences in theExpand
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