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We investigated the hypothesis that there are three levels of performance associated with conditional reasoning: (1) Unsophisticated reasoners solve a modus tollens by accepting the invited inferences, treating the conditional as if it were a biconditional. (2) Reasoners of an intermediate level...
The present experiments aimed at separating the impact stimulus and response predictions have on serial learning and performance in SRT tasks. In Experiment 1, a unique transition between two of four responses in an otherwise random response sequence was triggered by ambiguous stimulus...
We present a set of texture parameters that correspond to perceptual properties of visual texture. For machine vision or a computer interface, it is important that the computational measurements of texture correspond well to the perceptual properties. To understand the mechanism of our visual...
Two possible explanations for an interaction between the Simon effect and the flanker-congruence effect (Hommel, 1997) were tested: (1) Direct contributions by the locations of the response-activating flankers to the Simon effect, and (2) the passage of time since the target's onset. In three...
Psycholinguistic research faces a major challenge in describing the mental representations readers construct from a text. It is now widely accepted that readers end with a representation of the situation described in the text. However, it is unclear whether this representation allows the...
Four experiments investigated the influence of a metacontrast-masked prime on temporal order judgments. The main results were (1) that a masked prime reduced the latency of the mask's conscious perception (perceptual latency priming), (2) that this effect was independent of whether the prime...
This study investigated the impact of duration-varying response effects on the generation and execution of duration-varying responses. Participants performed short or long keypresses which produced auditory effects of corresponding duration (short response ->short tone, long response ->long...
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