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How contrast situations affect the assignment of causality in symmetric physical settings
In determining the prime cause of a physical event, people often weight one of two entities in a symmetric physical relation as more important for bringing about the causal effect than the other. In a broad survey (Bender ...
Studying Different Tasks of Implicit Learning across Multiple Test Sessions Conducted on the Web
(Frontiers in Psychology, 2016-06-07)
Implicit learning is usually studied through individual performance on a single task, with the most common tasks being the Serial Reaction Time (SRT) task, the Dynamic System Control (DSC) task, and Artificial Grammar ...
Not all synesthetes are alike: Spatial versus visual dimensions of sequence-space synaesthesia