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Time Course of Motor Affordances Evoked by Pictured Objects and Words
It is demonstrated that when subjects make reach-and-grasp responses, there is a qualitative difference in the time course of correspondence effects induced by pictures of objects versus the names of those objects, which is consistent with the abstract spatial coding account.
Metacognitive hindsight bias
It is highlighted that in social contexts, recall of confidence in hindsight is more consistent with answers’ accuracy than confidence initially was, thus dissociating these two biases.
Fluency misattribution and auditory hindsight bias
It is concluded that misattribution of fluency accounts for auditory hindsight bias, and this finding suggests that both auditory hindsight biased and repetition priming contribute to a common process, which is proposed involves a misattributed of processing fluency.
Looking Backward and Forward on Hindsight Bias
The same event that appeared unpredictable in foresight can be judged as predictable in hindsight. Hindsight bias clouds judgments in all areas of life, including legal decisions, medical diagnoses,
Form Follows Function: The Time Course of Action Representations Evoked by Handled Objects
Supervisory Committee Dr. Michael E. J. Masson, Supervisor (Department of Psychology) Dr. Daniel N. Bub, Academic Unit Member (Department of Psychology) To investigate the role of action
Hindsight bias for emotional faces.
People who learn the outcome to a situation or problem tend to overestimate what was known in the past-this is hindsight bias. Whereas previous research has revealed robust hindsight bias in the