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85 Publications
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  • Induced Positive Mood and Cognitive Flexibility: Evidence from Task Switching and Reversal Learning

    Nusbaum, Amy T.; Wilson, Cristina G.; Stenson, Anthony; Hinson, John M.; Whitney, Paul (2018)
    Positive mood often facilitates cognitive functions. Facilitation is hypothesized to be due to an increase in dopamine occurring in positive mood states. However, facilitation has not been consistently found in studies of cognitive flexibility. This inconsistent relationship may reflect the numerous ways cognitive flexibility is measured. Moreover, there is evidence that the role of dopamine in cognitive flexibility performance depends on the type of measure used. In the current study, we emp...

    Improving Human Interaction Research through Ecological Grounding

    Albert, Saul; de Ruiter, J. P. (2018)
    In psychology, we tend to follow the general logic of falsificationism: we separate the ‘context of discovery’ (how we come up with theories) from the ‘context of justification’ (how we test them). However, when studying human interaction, separating these contexts can lead to theories with low ecological validity that do not generalize well to life outside the lab. We propose borrowing research procedures from well-established inductive methodologies in interaction research during the proces...

    Effects of Both Preemption and Entrenchment in the Retreat from Verb Overgeneralization Errors: Four Reanalyses, an Extended Replication, and a Meta-Analytic Synthesis

    Ambridge, Ben; Barak, Libby; Wonnacott, Elizabeth; Bannard, Colin; Sala, Giovanni (2018)
    How do speakers avoid producing verb overgeneralization errors such as *She covered paint onto the wall or *She poured the cup with water? Five previous papers have found seemingly contradictory results concerning the role of statistical preemption (competition from acceptable alternatives such as She covered the wall with paint or She poured water into the cup) and entrenchment (a mechanism sensitive to all uses of the relevant verb). Here, we use more appropriate measures of preemption and ...

    Chapter 7. Paths to Carbon Neutrality: Lessons from California

    Allison, Juliann Emmons; Press, Daniel; Horowitz, Cara; Millard-Ball, Adam; Pincetl, Stephanie (2016)
    California is one of the least greenhouse-gas intensive states in the United States, and one of the most energy efficient economies in the world. Its success is partly an accident of geography, due to a temperate climate, and its service-based economy with little emissions-intensive industry. But California’s governors, state legislators, and local agencies have also shown a willingness to enact climate legislation and implement mitigation policies, far ahead of the federal government and mos...

    Testing Significance Testing

    Krueger, Joachim I.; Heck, Patrick R. (2018)
    The practice of Significance Testing (ST) remains widespread in psychological science despite continual criticism of its flaws and abuses. Using simulation experiments, we address four concerns about ST and for two of these we compare ST’s performance with prominent alternatives. We find the following: First, the 'p' values delivered by ST predict the posterior probability of the tested hypothesis well under many research conditions. Second, low 'p' values support inductive inferences because...
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