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The relationship between political affiliation and beliefs about sources of “fake news”

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2021 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Authors: Robert B. Michael | Brooke O. Breaux

Correction: The role of leadership level in college students’ facial emotion recognition: evidence from event-related potential analysis

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 16 February 2024 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Authors: Huang Gu | Shunshun Du | Peipei Jin | Chengming Wang | Hui He | Mingnan Zhao

Aesthetic preferences for prototypical movements in human actions

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 17 August 2023 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by National Science Foundation (BSC-1655300)

Authors: Yi-Chia Chen | Frank Pollick | Hongjing Lu

How does face mask in COVID-19 pandemic disrupt face learning and recognition in adults with autism spectrum disorder?

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2022 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by research grant council of hong kong (C7129-20GF,C7129-20GF) | the education university of hong kong (TDG-T0220)

Authors: Ricky V. Tso | Celine O. Chui | Janet H. Hsiao

The impact of predictability on dual-task performance and implications for resource-sharing accounts

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2021 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (RA 940/17-1,KU 1557/3-1)

Authors: Laura Broeker | Harald Ewolds | Rita F. de Oliveira | Stefan Künzell | Markus Raab

Introducing hat graphs

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2019 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by National Science Foundation (BCS-1632222)

Authors: Jessica K. Witt

Effects of individual and dyadic decision-making and normative reference on delay discounting decisions

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2022 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by Volkswagen Foundation (89426)

Authors: Diana Schwenke | Peggy Wehner | Stefan Scherbaum

Emotional judgments of scenes are influenced by unintentional averaging

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2020 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Authors: Yavin Alwis | Jason M. Haberman

Bicyclist-evoked arousal and greater attention to bicyclists independently promote safer driving

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 21 October 2021 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Authors: Andy Jeesu Kim | Hananeh Alambeigi | Tara Goddard | Anthony D. McDonald | Brian A. Anderson

Hyper-realistic face masks: a new challenge in person identification

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2017 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by Economic and Social Research Council (ES/J500215/1) | Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds (E/30/30.13.0630/HVH/IE) | Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Long-term Fellowship (JSPS/L13515) | University of York Research Priming Fund (H0022034)

Authors: Jet Gabrielle Sanders | Yoshiyuki Ueda | Kazusa Minemoto | Eilidh Noyes | Sakiko Yoshikawa | Rob Jenkins

Motor speed does not impact the drift rate: a computational HDDM approach to differentiate cognitive and motor speed

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2022 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (Pilot Research Grant)

Authors: Joshua Sandry | Timothy J. Ricker

The mental representation of true and false intentions: a comparison of schema-consistent and schema-inconsistent tasks

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2019 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by Vetenskapsrådet (2015-02144)

Authors: Sofia Calderon | Karl Ask | Erik Mac Giolla | Pär Anders Granhag

Comparison versus reminding

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2016 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by National Science Foundation (0910218) | Institute of Education Sciences (R305A1100060)

Authors: Jonathan G. Tullis | Robert L. Goldstone

Correction: The influence of in-groups and out-groups on the theory-of-mind processing: evidence from different ethnic college students

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 29 September 2023 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Authors: Tingyu Zhu | Lijin Zhang | Ping Wang | Meiqiu Xiang | Xiujuan Wu

Improving cognitive mapping by training for people with a poor sense of direction

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2020 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Authors: Toru Ishikawa | Yiren Zhou

The effect of testing can increase or decrease misinformation susceptibility depending on the retention interval

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2017 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Authors: Ayanna K. Thomas | Leamarie T. Gordon | Paul M. Cernasov | John B. Bulevich

Multiple-choice quizzes improve memory for misinformation debunks, but do not reduce belief in misinformation

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 6 June 2023 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (1937963)

Authors: Jessica R. Collier | Raunak M. Pillai | Lisa K. Fazio

App icon similarity and its impact on visual search efficiency on mobile touch devices

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2018 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Authors: Anna K. Trapp | Carolin Wienrich

Mastering algebra retrains the visual system to perceive hierarchical structure in equations

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2016 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Authors: Tyler Marghetis | David Landy | Robert L. Goldstone

How a picture becomes a word: individual differences in the development of language-mediated visual search

JOURNAL ARTICLE published December 2021 in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Research funded by Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (R01HD059858)

Authors: Sarah Chabal | Sayuri Hayakawa | Viorica Marian