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Journal of Cognition
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  • Depressive Symptoms and Category Learning: A Preregistered Conceptual Replication Study

    Rutten, Isa; Voorspoels, Wouter; Steegen, Sara; Kuppens, Peter; Vanpaemel, Wolf (2018)
    We present a fully preregistered, high-powered conceptual replication of Experiment 1 by Smith, Tracy, and Murray (1993). They observed a cognitive deficit in people with elevated depressive symptoms in a task requiring flexible analytic processing and deliberate hypothesis testing, but no deficit in a task assumed to require more automatic, holistic processing. Specifically, they found that individuals with depressive symptoms showed impaired performance on a criterial-attribute classificati...

    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...

    “Top-down” Does Not Mean “Voluntary”

    Attention researchers have long debated the roles of top-down and bottom-up mechanisms in controlling attention. Theeuwes (2018) has argued that that top-down control is much less common than typically assumed and that a third mechanism—selection history—plays an underappreciated role in guiding visual attention. Although Theeuwes has made a strong case for the importance of selection history, his arguments for a limited role of top-down mechanisms involve conflating the terms “top-down” and ...
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