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Journal of Cognition
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  • Pupil Dilation Reflects Task Relevance Prior to Search

    Olmos-Solis, Katya; van Loon, Anouk M.; Olivers, Christian N.L. (2018)
    Projects: EC | TEMPLATE 2.0 (615423)
    When observers search for a specific target, it is assumed that they activate a representation of the task relevant object in visual working memory (VWM). This representation – often referred to as the template – guides attention towards matching visual input. In two experiments we tested whether the pupil response can be used to differentiate stimuli that match the task-relevant template from irrelevant input. Observers memorized a target color to be searched for in a multi-color visual sear...

    Spatial Integration and the Underlying Mechanisms of Cross-Modality Interference

    Lutfi-Proctor, Danielle A.; Elliott, Emily M.; Golob, Edward J. (2018)
    Researchers have often utilized the classic Stroop task as a measure of selective attention processes. While it is largely agreed upon that semantic interference plays a role in the classic task, the role of attentional processes is less clear. The picture is further muddied when variations on the classic task are used. For example, the cross-modal Stroop task, in which one names the color of visual items while ignoring distracting auditory color words, typically leads to smaller sized interf...

    Power Analysis and Effect Size in Mixed Effects Models: A Tutorial

    Brysbaert, Marc; Stevens, Michaël (2018)
    In psychology, attempts to replicate published findings are less successful than expected. For properly powered studies replication rate should be around 80%, whereas in practice less than 40% of the studies selected from different areas of psychology can be replicated. Researchers in cognitive psychology are hindered in estimating the power of their studies, because the designs they use present a sample of stimulus materials to a sample of participants, a situation not covered by most power ...

    Number and Continuous Magnitude Processing Depends on Task Goals and Numerosity Ratio

    Leibovich-Raveh, Tali; Stein, Itamar; Henik, Avishai; Salti, Moti (2018)
    Projects: EC | SMINC (295644)
    A large body of evidence shows that when comparing non-symbolic numerosities, performance is influenced by irrelevant continuous magnitudes, such as total surface area, density, etc. In the current work, we ask whether the weights given to numerosity and continuous magnitudes are modulated by top-down and bottom-up factors. With that aim in mind, we asked adult participants to compare two groups of dots. To manipulate task demands, participants reported after every trial either (1) how accura...

    Taking the Book from the Bookshelf: Masked Constituent Priming Effects from Compound Words and Nonwords

    Beyersmann, Elisabeth; Kezilas, Yvette; Coltheart, Max; Castles, Anne; Ziegler, Johannes C.; Taft, Marcus; Grainger, Jonathan (2018)
    Recent evidence from visual word recognition points to the important role of embedded words, suggesting that embedded words are activated independently of whether they are accompanied by an affix or a non-affix. The goal of the present research was to more closely examine the mechanisms involved in embedded word activation, particularly with respect to the “edge-alignedness” of the embedded word. We conducted two experiments that used masked priming in combination with lexical decision. In Ex...
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