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                             41 gevonden resultaten
nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Addressing the theory crisis in psychology Oberauer, Klaus
2019
26 5 p. 1596-1618
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2 Addressing the theory crisis in psychology Oberauer, Klaus

26 5 p. 1596-1618
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3 Age-related differences in recall and recognition: a meta-analysis Rhodes, Stephen
2019
26 5 p. 1529-1547
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4 Age-related differences in recall and recognition: a meta-analysis Rhodes, Stephen

26 5 p. 1529-1547
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5 A meta-analysis of sex differences in human navigation skills Nazareth, Alina
2019
26 5 p. 1503-1528
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6 A meta-analysis of sex differences in human navigation skills Nazareth, Alina

26 5 p. 1503-1528
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7 Andreas Vesalius (1515-1564) on animal cognition Brinkman, Romy J.
2019
26 5 p. 1588-1595
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8 Andreas Vesalius (1515-1564) on animal cognition Brinkman, Romy J.

26 5 p. 1588-1595
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9 Are associations formed across pairs? A test of learning by temporal contiguity in associative recognition Osth, Adam F.
2019
26 5 p. 1650-1656
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10 Are associations formed across pairs? A test of learning by temporal contiguity in associative recognition Osth, Adam F.

26 5 p. 1650-1656
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11 Asking the right questions about the psychology of human inquiry: Nine open challenges Coenen, Anna
2018
26 5 p. 1548-1587
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12 Classifying individual differences in interoception: Implications for the measurement of interoceptive awareness Murphy, Jennifer
2019
26 5 p. 1467-1471
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13 Emotional oddball: A review on memory effects Schlüter, Helge
2019
26 5 p. 1472-1502
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14 Emotional oddball: A review on memory effects Schlüter, Helge

26 5 p. 1472-1502
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15 Evidence against interactive effects on articulation in Javanese verb paradigms Seyfarth, Scott
2019
26 5 p. 1690-1696
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16 Evidence against interactive effects on articulation in Javanese verb paradigms Seyfarth, Scott

26 5 p. 1690-1696
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17 Hidden from view: Statistical learning exposes latent attentional capture Hilchey, Matthew D.
2019
26 5 p. 1633-1640
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18 Hidden from view: Statistical learning exposes latent attentional capture Hilchey, Matthew D.

26 5 p. 1633-1640
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19 Hunger increases delay discounting of food and non-food rewards Skrynka, Jordan
2019
26 5 p. 1729-1737
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20 Illusory contour perception in domestic dogs Byosiere, Sarah-Elizabeth
2019
26 5 p. 1641-1649
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21 Illusory contour perception in domestic dogs Byosiere, Sarah-Elizabeth

26 5 p. 1641-1649
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22 Let your fingers do the walking: Finger force distinguishes competing accounts of the congruency sequence effect Weissman, Daniel H.
2019
26 5 p. 1619-1626
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23 Let your fingers do the walking: Finger force distinguishes competing accounts of the congruency sequence effect Weissman, Daniel H.

26 5 p. 1619-1626
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24 Readers can identify the meanings of words without looking at them: Evidence from regressive eye movements Schotter, Elizabeth R.
2019
26 5 p. 1697-1704
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25 Readers can identify the meanings of words without looking at them: Evidence from regressive eye movements Schotter, Elizabeth R.

26 5 p. 1697-1704
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26 Repetition increases perceived truth equally for plausible and implausible statements Fazio, Lisa K.
2019
26 5 p. 1705-1710
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27 Repetition increases perceived truth equally for plausible and implausible statements Fazio, Lisa K.

26 5 p. 1705-1710
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28 Scene semantics involuntarily guide attention during visual search Hayes, Taylor R.
2019
26 5 p. 1683-1689
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29 Scene semantics involuntarily guide attention during visual search Hayes, Taylor R.

26 5 p. 1683-1689
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30 Selective binding of stimulus, response, and effect features Moeller, Birte
2019
26 5 p. 1627-1632
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31 Selective binding of stimulus, response, and effect features Moeller, Birte

26 5 p. 1627-1632
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32 Sensorimotor training modulates automatic imitation of visual speech Wu, Yuchunzi
2019
26 5 p. 1711-1718
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33 Sensorimotor training modulates automatic imitation of visual speech Wu, Yuchunzi

26 5 p. 1711-1718
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34 Slow naming of pictures facilitates memory for their names Zormpa, Eirini
2019
26 5 p. 1675-1682
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35 Techniques for scaffolding retrieval practice: The costs and benefits of adaptive versus diminishing cues Fiechter, Joshua L.
2019
26 5 p. 1666-1674
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36 Techniques for scaffolding retrieval practice: The costs and benefits of adaptive versus diminishing cues Fiechter, Joshua L.

26 5 p. 1666-1674
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37 Visual saliency influences ethical blind spots and (dis)honesty Pittarello, Andrea
2019
26 5 p. 1719-1728
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38 When masters of abstraction run into a concrete wall: Experts failing arithmetic word problems Gros, Hippolyte
2019
26 5 p. 1738-1746
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39 When masters of abstraction run into a concrete wall: Experts failing arithmetic word problems Gros, Hippolyte

26 5 p. 1738-1746
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40 Working memory for stereoscopic depth is limited and imprecise—evidence from a change detection task Qian, Jiehui
2019
26 5 p. 1657-1665
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41 Working memory for stereoscopic depth is limited and imprecise—evidence from a change detection task Qian, Jiehui

26 5 p. 1657-1665
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