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  • Action comprehension: deriving spatial and functional relations. 

    Bach, P; Knoblich, G; Gunter, TC; Friederici, AD; Prinz, W (United States, 2005-06)
    A perceived action can be understood only when information about the action carried out and the objects used are taken into account. It was investigated how spatial and functional information contributes to establishing ...
  • Anticipating intentional actions: the effect of eye gaze direction on the judgment of head rotation. 

    Hudson, M; Liu, CH; Jellema, T (Netherlands, 2009-09)
    Using a representational momentum paradigm, this study investigated the hypothesis that judgments of how far another agent's head has rotated are influenced by the perceived gaze direction of the head. Participants observed ...
  • Bend it like Beckham: embodying the motor skills of famous athletes. 

    Bach, P; Tipper, SP (England, 2006-12)
    Observing an action activates the same representations as does the actual performance of the action. Here we show for the first time that the action system can also be activated in the complete absence of action perception. ...
  • Implicit action encoding influences personal-trait judgments. 

    Bach, P; Tipper, SP (Netherlands, 2007-02)
    When an observed action (e.g., kicking) is compatible to a to be produced action (e.g., a foot-key response as compared to a finger-key response), then the self-produced action is more fluent, that is, it is more accurate ...
  • The relationship between moral judgment and cooperation in children with high-functioning autism. 

    Li, J; Zhu, L; Gummerum, M (England, 2014-03-07)
    This study investigated moral judgment in children with high-functioning autism and their cooperation in prisoner's dilemma game with partners of different moralities. Thirty-eight 6- to 12-year-old high-functioning ...
  • Resolving ambiguous behavioral intentions by means of involuntary prioritization of gaze processing. 

    Hudson, M; Jellema, T (United States, 2011-06)
    Anticipation of others' actions is of paramount importance in social interactions. Cues such as gaze direction and facial expressions can be informative, but can also produce ambiguity with respect to others' intentions. ...
  • A single-system account of the relationship between priming, recognition, and fluency. 

    Berry, CJ; Shanks, DR; Henson, RN (United States, 2008-01-01)
    A single-system computational model of priming and recognition was applied to studies that have looked at the relationship between priming, recognition, and fluency in continuous identification paradigms. The model was ...
  • Stop stereotyping. 

    Falbén, JK; Olivier, JL; Golubickis, M; Ho, NSP; Persson, LM; Tsamadi, D; Marinopoulou, E; Bianciardi, B; Cunningham, WA; Macrae, CN (United States, 2019-07)
    Restraining the expression of stereotypes is a necessary requirement for harmonious living, yet surprisingly little is known about the efficacy of this process. Accordingly, in two experiments, here we used a stop-signal ...
  • Understanding facial impressions between and within identities. 

    Mileva, M; Young, AW; Kramer, RSS; Burton, AM (Netherlands, 2019-09)
    A paradoxical finding from recent studies of face perception is that observers are error-prone and inconsistent when judging the identity of unfamiliar faces, but nevertheless reasonably consistent when judging traits. ...
  • Using forced choice to test belief bias in syllogistic reasoning. 

    Trippas, D; Verde, MF; Handley, SJ (Netherlands, 2014-12)
    In deductive reasoning, believable conclusions are more likely to be accepted regardless of their validity. Although many theories argue that this belief bias reflects a change in the quality of reasoning, distinguishing ...
  • What determines auditory similarity? The effect of stimulus group and methodology. 

    Aldrich, KM; Hellier, EJ; Edworthy, J (England, 2009-01)
    Two experiments on the internal representation of auditory stimuli compared the pairwise and grouping methodologies as means of deriving similarity judgements. A total of 45 undergraduate students participated in each ...

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