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                             35 gevonden resultaten
nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A dissociation between selective attention and conscious awareness in the representation of temporal order information Eimer, Martin
2015
35 C p. 274-281
8 p.
artikel
2 Ambiguity between self and other: Individual differences in action attribution de Bézenac, Christophe E.
2015
35 C p. 1-15
15 p.
artikel
3 Boundary conditions for the influence of unfamiliar non-target primes in unconscious evaluative priming: The moderating role of attentional task sets Kiefer, Markus
2015
35 C p. 342-356
15 p.
artikel
4 Children with positive attitudes towards mind-wandering provide invalid subjective reports of mind-wandering during an experimental task Zhang, Yi
2015
35 C p. 136-142
7 p.
artikel
5 Consciousness as a graded and an all-or-none phenomenon: A conceptual analysis Windey, Bert
2015
35 C p. 185-191
7 p.
artikel
6 Consciousness wanted, attention found: Reasons for the advantage of the left visual field in identifying T2 among rapidly presented series Verleger, Rolf
2015
35 C p. 260-273
14 p.
artikel
7 Editorial Board 2015
35 C p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
8 Emotional specificities of autobiographical memory after breast cancer diagnosis Morel, Nastassja
2015
35 C p. 42-52
11 p.
artikel
9 Exogenous attention to unseen objects? Norman, Liam J.
2015
35 C p. 319-329
11 p.
artikel
10 Exploring the visual (un)conscious Breitmeyer, Bruno G.
2015
35 C p. 178-184
7 p.
artikel
11 Feeling of control of an action after supra and subliminal haptic distortions Weibel, Sébastien
2015
35 C p. 16-29
14 p.
artikel
12 Identifying words that emerge into consciousness: Effects of word valence and unconscious previewing Prioli, Simone C.
2015
35 C p. 88-97
10 p.
artikel
13 Ignition’s glow: Ultra-fast spread of global cortical activity accompanying local “ignitions” in visual cortex during conscious visual perception Noy, N.
2015
35 C p. 206-224
19 p.
artikel
14 Meditation has stronger relationships with mindfulness, kundalini, and mystical experiences than yoga or prayer de Castro, John M.
2015
35 C p. 115-127
13 p.
artikel
15 Meditation-induced cognitive-control states regulate response-conflict adaptation: Evidence from trial-to-trial adjustments in the Simon task Colzato, Lorenza S.
2015
35 C p. 110-114
5 p.
artikel
16 Metacognitive sensitivity of subjective reports of decisional confidence and visual experience Rausch, Manuel
2015
35 C p. 192-205
14 p.
artikel
17 Occipital long-interval paired pulse TMS leads to slow wave components in NREM sleep Stamm, Mihkel
2015
35 C p. 78-87
10 p.
artikel
18 Open and closed cortico-subcortical loops: A neuro-computational account of access to consciousness in the distractor-induced blindness paradigm Ebner, Christian
2015
35 C p. 295-307
13 p.
artikel
19 Prior expectations facilitate metacognition for perceptual decision Sherman, M.T.
2015
35 C p. 53-65
13 p.
artikel
20 Psychophysical “blinding” methods reveal a functional hierarchy of unconscious visual processing Breitmeyer, Bruno G.
2015
35 C p. 234-250
17 p.
artikel
21 Pupil dilation patterns reflect the contents of consciousness Kang, Olivia
2015
35 C p. 128-135
8 p.
artikel
22 Reply to Bachmann and Aru Mack, Arien
2015
35 C p. 156-157
2 p.
artikel
23 Reset a task set after five minutes of mindfulness practice Kuo, Chun-Yu
2015
35 C p. 98-109
12 p.
artikel
24 Retrospective reversal of extinction of conditioned fear by instruction Zeng, Qing
2015
35 C p. 171-177
7 p.
artikel
25 Selecting category specific visual information: Top-down and bottom-up control of object based attention Corradi-Dell’Acqua, Corrado
2015
35 C p. 330-341
12 p.
artikel
26 S-ketamine influences strategic allocation of attention but not exogenous capture of attention Fuchs, Isabella
2015
35 C p. 282-294
13 p.
artikel
27 The Mozart Effect: A quantitative EEG study Verrusio, Walter
2015
35 C p. 150-155
6 p.
artikel
28 The neural correlates of movement intentions: A pilot study comparing hypnotic and simulated paralysis Ludwig, Vera U.
2015
35 C p. 158-170
13 p.
artikel
29 The state of a central inhibition system predicts access to visual targets: An ERP study on distractor-induced blindness (DIB) Niedeggen, Michael
2015
35 C p. 308-318
11 p.
artikel
30 The two-visual-systems hypothesis and the perspectival features of visual experience Foley, Robert T.
2015
35 C p. 225-233
9 p.
artikel
31 Tunes stuck in your brain: The frequency and affective evaluation of involuntary musical imagery correlate with cortical structure Farrugia, Nicolas
2015
35 C p. 66-77
12 p.
artikel
32 Using continual flash suppression to investigate cognitive aftereffects Huber, David E.
2015
35 C p. 30-32
3 p.
artikel
33 Vigilance impossible: Diligence, distraction, and daydreaming all lead to failures in a practical monitoring task Casner, Stephen M.
2015
35 C p. 33-41
9 p.
artikel
34 Weighing the evidence for a dorsal processing bias under continuous flash suppression Ludwig, Karin
2015
35 C p. 251-259
9 p.
artikel
35 Zapping the gap: Reducing the multisensory temporal binding window by means of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) Zmigrod, Sharon
2015
35 C p. 143-149
7 p.
artikel
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