Psychological Review

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  title={Psychological Review},
  author={William and E. GuroWSKI},
  year={2003}
}
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Expectations and memory in link search
TLDR
It is argued that practice-related decreases in reaction time were caused by semantic priming, and roles for the different types of memory in link search are discussed.
The attentional blink: A review of data and theory
  • P. Dux, R. Marois
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Attention, perception & psychophysics
  • 2009
TLDR
It is concluded that the attentional blink arises from attentional demands of Tl for selection, working memory encoding, episodic registration, and response selection, which prevents this high-level central resource from being applied to T2 at shortT1-T2 lags.
Rationality & Psychology 1
Since the early 1970s, psychologists have devoted a great deal of attention to human reasoning and decision making, and to the psychological processes that underlie them. While some of this attention
Eye movements during multiple readings of the same text
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The reliable clustering of saccadic landing positions found during multiple readings of the same text opens the way for cluster patterns to be used to study eye movement strategies during reading and overcome at least some of the variability associated with traditional global single-text measures.
Estructura de la Memoria Operativa : Comparando diferentes modelos en la infancia
Working Memory (WM) is an active memory system responsible for the temporary storage and concurrent processing of information. Different authors have considered WM as a complex but unitary system,
The Time Course of Metaphor Comprehension
This research investigates the process by which people understand metaphors . We apply processing distinctions from computational models of analogy to derive predictions for psychological theories of
Differential effects of list strength on recollection and familiarity.
  • K. Norman
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
  • 2002
TLDR
It is argued that a LSE occurs for recollection but not for discrimination based on familiarity, and self-report data is presented consistent with this hypothesis to account for the discrepancy between prior research.
Familiarity or Conceptual Priming: Event-related Potentials in Name Recognition
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Examination of ERP components of recognition memory using an episodic memory task with a stimulus material consisting of names, half of which were famous, indicates that the FN400 varies jointly with familiarity, but independently of conceptual priming.
Self-monitoring and feedback : A new attempt to find the main cause of lexical bias in phonological speech errors q
This paper reports two experiments designed to investigate whether lexical bias in phonological speech errors is caused by immediate feedback of activation, by self-monitoring of inner speech, or by
Correcting the record on Watson, Rayner, and Little Albert: Albert Barger as "psychology's lost boy".
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The discovery of another individual, Albert Barger, who appears to match the characteristics of Little Albert better than Douglas Merritte does is presented, and whether Little Albert (Albert Barger) grew up with the fear of furry animals, as Watson and Rayner speculated he might is presented.
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The interactive activation model of context effects in letter perception is reviewed, elaborated, and tested, and several recent findings that seem to challenge the model are considered and a number of extensions are proposed.
Neural dynamics of word recognition and recall: attentional priming, learning, and resonance.
Abstract Data and models about recognition and recall of words and nonwords are unified using a real-time network processing theory. Lexical decision and word frequency effect data are analysed in
Choices, Values, and Frames
We discuss the cognitive and the psy- chophysical determinants of choice in risky and risk- less contexts. The psychophysics of value induce risk aversion in the domain of gains and risk seeking in
The opponent-process theory of acquired motivation: the costs of pleasure and the benefits of pain.
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  • Psychology, Medicine
    The American psychologist
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The opponent-process theory of such new or experiential motives as drug addiction, love, affection and social attachment, and cravings for sensory and aesthetic ex- periences are described and the empirical laws governing the establishment of these new motives are described.
Economic Theory of Choice and the Preference Reversal Phenomenon: A Reexamination
In a recent issue of this Review, David Grether and Charles Plott (1979, hereinafter referred to as G-P) presented a series of experiments that show that individual decisions are made in a manner
The representational capacity of the distributed encoding of information provided by populations of neurons in primate temporal visual cortex
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It has been shown that it is possible to read, from the firing rates of just a small population of neurons, the code that is used in the macaque temporal lobe visual cortex to distinguish between different faces being looked at, and an exponential increase in the number of stimuli that can be represented has been demonstrated in the brain.
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A summary of the layout of cortical areas associated with vision and with other modalities, a computerized database for storing and representing large amounts of information on connectivity patterns, and the application of these data to the analysis of hierarchical organization of the cerebral cortex are reported on.
Invariant visual representation by single neurons in the human brain
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A remarkable subset of MTL neurons are selectively activated by strikingly different pictures of given individuals, landmarks or objects and in some cases even by letter strings with their names, which suggest an invariant, sparse and explicit code, which might be important in the transformation of complex visual percepts into long-term and more abstract memories.
The medial temporal lobe.
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This analysis draws on studies of human memory impairment and animal models of memory impairment, as well as neurophysiological and neuroimaging data, to show that this system is principally concerned with memory and operates with neocortex to establish and maintain long-term memory.
Some developmental and attentional biases in the contrast enhancement and short term memory of recurrent neural networks.
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This paper studies the global dynamics of neurons, or neuron populations, in a recurrent on-center off-surround anatomy undergoing nonlinear shunting interactions, and finds a mechanism for suppressing the activity of populations whose trigger features are infrequently experienced by the network.
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