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Psychological Research

An International Journal of Perception, Attention, Memory, and Action

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22-09-2018 | Original Article

Reappraising cognitive control: normal reactive adjustments following conflict processing are abolished by proactive emotion regulation

The congruency sequence effect (CSE) reflected by the influence of the congruency of the previous trial on the current one translates improved cognitive control (CC). Yet, it remains debated whether reactive or proactive control processes mostly …

22-09-2018 | Original Article

Sleep and mindfulness meditation as they relate to false memory

By a systematic analysis of the current literature, we compare two states of sleep and meditation in terms of their role in the formation or suppression of Deese–Roediger–McDermott (DRM) false memory. We aim to suggest that the occurrence of false …

19-09-2018 | Original Article

Exploring the temporal boundary conditions of the articulatory in–out preference effect

Earlier research has documented a preference for words with consonantal articulation patterns that move from the front to the back of the mouth (e.g., MENIKA) over words with reversely wandering consonantal articulation spots (e.g., KENIMA). The …

18-09-2018 | Original Article

Influence of metrical structure on learning of positional regularities in movement sequences

Sequential stimuli are usually perceived to have hierarchical temporal structures. However, some of these structures are only investigated in one type of sequence, regardless of the existing evidence, showing the domain-generality of the …

12-09-2018 | Original Article

The expected oddball: effects of implicit and explicit positional expectation on duration perception

The oddball duration effect describes how a rare stimulus amongst a string of standard stimuli is perceived to have a longer duration than the standards, even if they are of the same objective duration. Several theories have been proposed to …

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The journal Psychological Research publishes articles that contribute to a basic understanding of human perception, attention, memory and action. It is devoted to the dissemination of knowledge based on firm experimental ground, independent of any particular approach or school of thought. The contents include theoretical and historical papers as well as those of an applied nature that serve to bridge the gap between basic and applied research.

2 Year Impact Factor: 2.472 (2011)

5 Year Impact Factor: 2.371 (2011)
Section "Psychology, Experimental": Rank 23 out of 84

2.371 (2011)

Section "Psychology, Experimental": Rank 23 out of 84

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