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Pupil old/new effects reflect stimulus encoding and decoding in short-term memory.
We conducted five pupil old/new experiments to examine whether pupil old/new effects can be linked to familiarity and/or recollection processes of recognition memory. In Experiments 1-3, we elicitedExpand
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Measuring the Europeanization of Everyday Life: Three New Indices and an Empirical Application
ABSTRACT This article seeks to conceptually clarify the measurement of Europeanization from a transactional perspective. Following Karl Deutsch, we regard cross-border practices and sense ofExpand
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Decision-related factors in pupil old/new effects: Attention, response execution, and false memory
&NA; In this study, we investigate the effects of decision‐related factors on recognition memory in pupil old/new paradigms. In Experiment 1, we used an old/new paradigm with words and pseudowordsExpand
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Gender stereotypes in the Olympic Games media? A cross-cultural panel study of online visuals from Brazil, Germany and the United States
Research reveals a stereotypical media portrayal of Olympic athletes [Bissel and Holt, ‘Who's Got Game?’]. Using panel data from the 2004 and the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, this study aims atExpand
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The interaction between telicity and agentivity: Experimental evidence from intransitive verbs in German and Chinese
Abstract Telicity and agentivity are semantic factors that split intransitive verbs into (at least two) different classes. Clear-cut unergative verbs, which select the auxiliary HAVE, are assumed toExpand
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Using task effort and pupil size to track covert shifts of visual attention independently of a pupillary light reflex
We found that pupil size increased with increasing angle and that this effect could not be reduced to the operation of low-level visual processes in the task. Expand
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Beyond Verb Meaning: Experimental Evidence for Incremental Processing of Semantic Roles and Event Structure
We present an event-related potentials (ERP) study that addresses the question of how pieces of information pertaining to semantic roles and event structure interact with each other and with theExpand
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Response: Commentary: Pupil old/new effects reflect stimulus encoding and decoding in short-term memory
Citation: Brocher A and Graf T (2017) Response: Commentary: Pupil old/new effects reflect stimulus encoding and decoding in short-term memory. Research on recognition memory has a long tradition inExpand
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Unity in the face of threat? Exploring the empirical relationship between strategic threat perceptions and public support for a common European army in Germany
ABSTRACT Perceptions of threat from Russia’s military activities in Ukraine and President Trump’s critical attitude towards NATO have put the idea of a common European army on the agenda of EuropeanExpand
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Introduction: Zen and Popular Culture
The contributors to this special issue participated in a workshop on Zen and popular and material culture convened at Heidelberg University in 2012. We aimed to understand the global potentials ofExpand
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