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Psychological Research

Psychological Research 2-3/2004

Uitgave 2-3/2004

Inhoudsopgave ( 11 Artikelen )

01-04-2004 | Editorial | Uitgave 2-3/2004

Cognitive control of action: The role of action effects

Dieter Nattkemper, Michael Ziessler

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

Coloring an action: Intending to produce color events eliminates the Stroop effect

Bernhard Hommel

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

Response priming by supraliminal and subliminal action effects

Wilfried Kunde

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

Action induction through action observation

Sara De Maeght, Wolfgang Prinz

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

The role of action effects in infants’ action control

Petra Hauf, Birgit Elsner, Gisa Aschersleben

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

The ideomotor principle and motor sequence acquisition: Tone effects facilitate movement chunking

Christian Stöcker, Joachim Hoffmann

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

Contiguity and contingency in action-effect learning

Birgit Elsner, Bernhard Hommel

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

Variable action effects: response control by context-specific effect anticipations

Andrea Kiesel, Joachim Hoffmann

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

The role of anticipation and intention in the learning of effects of self-performed actions

Michael Ziessler, Dieter Nattkemper, Peter A. Frensch

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

A short history of ideo-motor action

Armin Stock, Claudia Stock

01-04-2004 | Original Article | Uitgave 2-3/2004

What’s at the top in the top-down control of action? Script-sharing and ‘top-top’ control of action in cognitive experiments

Andreas Roepstorff, Chris Frith

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