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Improvement of design of a surgical interface using an eye tracking device
(Springer Science+Business Media, 2014-05)
Surgical interfaces are used for helping surgeons in interpretation and quantification of the patient information, and for the presentation of an integrated workflow where all available data are combined to enable optimal ...
Tackling Duhemian problems: an alternative to skepticism of neuroimaging in philosophy of cognitive science
(Springer Science+Business Media, 2014-12)
Duhem’s problem arises especially in scientific contexts where the tools and procedures of measurement and analysis are numerous and complex. Several philosophers of cognitive science have cited its manifestations in fMRI ...
Real and implied motion at the center of gaze
(Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, 2014-01)
Even though the dynamicity of our environment is a given, much of what we know on fixation selection comes from studies of static scene viewing. We performed a direct comparison of fixation selection on static and dynamic ...
The children's social understanding scale: construction and validation of a parent-report measure for assessing individual differences in children's theories of mind
(American Psychological Association, 2014)
Children’s theory of mind (ToM) is typically measured with laboratory assessments of performance. Although these measures have generated a wealth of informative data concerning developmental progressions in ToM, they may ...
Linguistic representations of emotion terms: Within- culture variation with respect to education and self-construals
The present study examines the linguistic representations of emotion terms in relation to educational attainment and self-construal through a two-part narration task. Eighty Turkish adults recounted four events that they ...
One too many categories: an experimental test on the effectiveness of a dual-identity recategorization intervention on age-based bias
A laboratory experiment was conducted on a convenient sample of N = 724 introductory Psychology students from the southeastern United States, to test the effectiveness of a dual identity recategorization intervention when ...
Severe tests in neuroimaging: what we can learn and how we can learn it
(University of Chicago Press, 2014)
Considerable methodological difficulties abound in neuroimaging and several philosophers of science have recently called into question the potential of neuroimaging studies to contribute to our knowledge of human cognition. ...
The contributions of image content and behavioral relevancy to overt attention
During free-viewing of natural scenes, eye movements are guided by bottom-up factors inherent to the stimulus, as well as top-down factors inherent to the observer. The question of how these two different sources of ...
Erratum to: improvement of design of a surgical interface using an eye tracking device
(Springer Nature, 2014-11)
Pancultural nostalgia: prototypical conceptions across cultures
(American Psychological Association, 2014-08)
Nostalgia is a frequently experienced complex emotion, understood by laypersons in the United Kingdom and United States of America to (a) refer prototypically to fond, self-relevant, social memories and (b) be more pleasant ...
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