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Collabra
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64 Publications
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OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)
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http://www.collabra.org/jms/index.php/up/oai/

 

  • An Investigation on the Detectability of Deceptive Intent about Flying through Verbal Deception Detection

    Kleinberg, Bennett; Nahari, Galit; Arntz, Arnoud; Verschuere, Bruno (2017)
    Background: Academic research on deception detection has largely focused on the detection of past events. For many applied purposes, however, the detection of false reports about someone’s intention merits attention. Based on the verbal deception detection paradigm, we explored whether true statements on intentions were more detailed and more specific than false statements on intentions, particularly when instructed to be as specific as possible. Method: Participants ('n' = 222) lied or told ...

    Posttraumatic Stress and the Comprehension of Everyday Activity

    People with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) often report difficulties with attention and memory on tasks that are unrelated to their trauma. One important component of everyday event comprehension is the segmentation of ongoing activity into meaningful events. The present study asked whether PTSD symptom severity was associated with impaired segmentation and memory for neutral, ongoing activity. A sample of 137 participants, ages 21–79, completed event segmentation and memory tasks, gene...

    Self-enhancement: Conceptualization and Assessment

    Krueger, Joachim I.; Heck, Patrick R.; Asendorpf, Jens B. (2017)
    Self-enhancement bias is conventionally construed as an unwarranted social comparison in social psychology and a misperception of social reality in personality psychology. Researchers in both fields rely heavily on discrepancy scores to represent self-enhancement and fail to distinguish between a general tendency or bias to self-enhance and a self-enhancement error, or 'false' perception of own excellence. We critically review prominent discrepancy measures and then propose a decision-theoret...

    A Direct Comparison of N400 Effects of Predictability and Incongruity in Adjective-Noun Combination

    Lau, Ellen F.; Namyst, Anna; Fogel, Allison; Delgado, Tania (2016)
    Previous work has shown that the N400 ERP component is elicited by all words, whether presented in isolation or in structured contexts, and that its amplitude is modulated by semantic association and contextual predictability. What is less clear is the extent to which the N400 response is modulated by semantic incongruity when predictability is held constant. In the current study we examine N400 modulation associated with independent manipulations of predictability and congruity in an adjecti...

    Selective Attention in Inattentional Blindness: Selection is Specific but Suppression is Not

    Wood, Katherine; Simons, Daniel J. (2017)
    When we selectively attend to one set of objects and ignore another, we often fail to notice unexpected events. The likelihood of noticing varies depending on the similarity of an unexpected object to other items in the display, a process thought to be controlled by the attention set that we create for the attended and ignored objects. It remains unclear, though, how attention sets are formed and structured. Do they enhance features of attended objects (“white”) and suppress features of ignor...
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