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Psychological Research

Uitgave 2/2023

Inhoudsopgave (21 Artikelen)

Open Access Review

Reconceptualizing mind wandering from a switching perspective

Yi-Sheng Wong, Adrian R. Willoughby, Liana Machado

Original Article

The influence of Facebook intrusion and task context on cognitive control

Andrzej Cudo, Natalia Kopiś-Posiej, Kateryna Shchehelska

Open Access Original Article

Executive functioning and divergent thinking predict creative problem-solving in young adults and elderlies

Alice Cancer, Paola Iannello, Carola Salvi, Alessandro Antonietti

Original Article

Executive functioning moderates the decline of retrieval fluency in time

Drahomír Michalko, Martin Marko, Igor Riečanský

Original Article

The role of implicit motor simulation on action verb memory

Jérémy Villatte, Laurence Taconnat, Christel Bidet-Ildei, Lucette Toussaint

Original Article

The visual encoding of graspable unfamiliar objects

Giovanni Federico, François Osiurak, Maria Antonella Brandimonte, Marco Salvatore, Carlo Cavaliere

Original Article

Impact of an overweight body representation in virtual reality on locomotion in a motor imagery task

Louise Dupraz, Julien Barra, Marine Beaudoin, Michel Guerraz

Original Article

Muscle activity prior to experiencing the rubber hand illusion is associated with alterations in perceived hand location

Max Teaford, William Berg, Vincent A. Billock, Matthew S. McMurray, Robin Thomas, L. James Smart

Open Access Original Article

Action prediction modulates self–other integration in joint action

Anouk van der Weiden, Emanuele Porcu, Roman Liepelt

Open Access Original Article

A Bayesian computational model to investigate expert anticipation of a seemingly unpredictable ball bounce

David J. Harris, Jamie S. North, Oliver R. Runswick

Open Access Original Article

Temporal learning in the suprasecond range: insights from cognitive style

Alice Teghil, Fabrizia D’Antonio, Antonella Di Vita, Cecilia Guariglia, Maddalena Boccia

Open Access Original Article

Multisensory synchrony of contextual boundaries affects temporal order memory, but not encoding or recognition

Vincent van de Ven, Guyon Kleuters, Joey Stuiver

Open Access Original Article

Effects of a narrative template on memory for the time of movie scenes: automatic reshaping is independent of consolidation

Matteo Frisoni, Monica Di Ghionno, Roberto Guidotti, Annalisa Tosoni, Carlo Sestieri

Open Access Original Article

Selective effects of focusing on spatial details in episodic future thinking for self-relevant positive events

D. J. Hallford, S. Cheung, G. Baothman, J. Weel

Open Access Original Article

Attentional capture in emotion comparison is orientation independent

Giulio Baldassi, Mauro Murgia, Valter Prpic, Sara Rigutti, Dražen Domijan, Tiziano Agostini, Andrea Dissegna, Carlo Fantoni