Psychological Science 1997 - Abstracts

Psychological Science 1997
Accentuate the relevant. (decision-making research)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthFischhoff, Baruch, Downs, Julie
A measurement of the adaptation of color vision to the spectral environment.Psychology and mental healthBoker, Steven M.
Associative processes in false recall and false recognition.Psychology and mental healthRoediger, Henry L., III, Robinson, Kerry J.
Auditory pitch as a perceptual analogue to odor quality. (matching odors with auditory tones)Psychology and mental healthGilbert, Avery N., Belkin, Kira, Martin, Robyn, Kemp, Sarah E.
Behavioral therapy development and psychological science: reinforcing the bond. (relevance of psychological science to behavioral therapy development research)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthOnken, Lisa Simon, Blaine, Jack D.
Bringing computational models of word naming down to the item level.Psychology and mental healthSpieler, Daniel H., Balota, David A.
Can imitation in pigeons be explained by local enhancement together with trial-and-error learning?Psychology and mental healthZentall, Thomas R., Kaiser, Daren H., Galef, Bennett G. Jr.,
Clusters precede shapes in perceptual organization.Psychology and mental healthEnns, James T., Trick, Lana M.
Concept learning and learning strategies.Psychology and mental healthWright, Anthony A.
Contributions of cognitive theory to new behavioral treatments. (response to Steven C. Hayes and Elizabeth V. Gifford in this issue, p. 170)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthTreat, Teresa A., Viken, Richard J., McFall, Richard M.
Decision affect theory: emotional reactions to the outcomes of risky options.Psychology and mental healthSchwartz, Alan, Mellers, Barbara A., Ritov, Ilana, Ho, Katty
Effects of visual perspective and narcissism on self-perception: is seeing believing?Psychology and mental healthRobins, Richard W., John, Oliver P.
Egocentric action in early infancy: spatial frames of reference for saccades. (visually guided actions)Psychology and mental healthJohnson, Mark H., Gilmore, Rick O.
Examining the theory and clinical utility of writing about emotional experiences. (response to article by James W. Pennebaker in this issue, p. 162)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthBootzin, Richard R.
Experience and the water-level task revisited: does expertise exact a price? (lack of observation of surface level of liquids in horizontal containers among people who work with liquids)Psychology and mental healthVasta, Ross, Rosenberg, Deirdre, Knott, Jill A., Gaze, Crhistine E.
Eyeblink classical conditioning and awareness revisited.Psychology and mental healthWoodruff-Pak, Diana S., Ivry, Richard B., Papka, Michelle
Eye movement reveal the spatiotemporal dynamics of visual search.Psychology and mental healthRao, Rajesh P.N., Zelinsky, Gregory J., Hayhoe, Mary M., Ballard, Dana H.
Flexibility in spatial attention before and after practice.Psychology and mental healthCave, Kyle R., Zimmerman, James M.
Fluctuations in the time required for elementary decisions.Psychology and mental healthGilden, D.L.
From laboratories to collaboratories: a new organizational form for scientific collaboration.Psychology and mental healthFinholt, Thomas A., Olson, Gary M.
Genetic and environmental contributions to variance in age at first sexual intercourse.Psychology and mental healthDunne, M.P., Martin, N.G., Statham, D.J., Slutske, W.S., Dinwiddie, S.H., Bucholz, K.K., Madden, P.A.F., Heath, A.C.
Grammatical gender is on the top of Italian tongues. (speech research)Psychology and mental healthVigliocco, Gabriella, Garrett, Merrill F., Antonini, Tiziana
Group research trends in social and organizational psychology: whatever happened to intragroup research?Psychology and mental healthSanna, Lawrence J., Parks, Craig D.
Implicit and explicit memory for haptically experienced two-dimensional patterns.Psychology and mental healthEaston, Randolph D., Srinivas, Kavitha, Greene, Anthony J.
Impulsivity and inhibitory control.Psychology and mental healthTannock, Rosemary, Schachar, Russell J., Logan, Gordon D.
Incidental language learning: listening (and learning) out of the corner of your ear.Psychology and mental healthSaffran, Jenny R., Newport, Elissa L., Aslin, Richard N., Tunick, Rachel A., Barrueco, Sandra
In search of gender neutrality: is singular 'they' a cognitively efficient substitute for generic 'he?'Psychology and mental healthGernsbacher, Morton Ann, Foertsch, Julie
Interrupting ironic processes. (in mental control)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthShoham, Varda, Rohrbaugh, Michael
Involuntary listening aids hearing.Psychology and mental healthWard, Lawrence M.
Judgments of learning at delays: shifts in response patterns or increased metamemory accuracy?Psychology and mental healthKelemen, William L., Weaver, Charles A., III
Knowledge of the ordinal position of list items in rhesus monkeys.Psychology and mental healthChen, Shaofu, Swartz, Karyl B., Terrace, H.S.
Listening to nicotine: negative affect and the smoking withdrawal conundrum. (smoking research)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthFiore, Michael C., Smith, Stevens S., Baker, Timothy B., Kenford, Susan L., Piasecki, Thomas M.
Listening to smoking researchers: negative affect and drug abuse treatment. (response to article by Timothy B. Baker and colleagues in this issue, p. 184; associated research on treatment of drug withdrawal)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthCarroll, Kathleen M.
Longitudinal study or procrastination, performance, stress and health: the costs and benefits of dawdling.Psychology and mental healthBaumeister, Roy F., Tice, Dianne M.
Marital satisfaction and depression: different causal relationships for men and women?Psychology and mental healthFincham, Frank D., Harold, Gordon T., Beach, Steven R.H., Osborne, Lori N.
Memory, amnesia, and dissociative identity disorder.Psychology and mental healthEich, Eric, Macaulay, Dawn, Loewenstein, Richard J., Dihle, Patrice H.
Moralization and becoming a vegetarian: the transformation of preferences into values and the recruitment of disgust.Psychology and mental healthRozin, Paul, Markwith, Maureen, Stoess, Caryn
Nature, nurture, and cognitive development from 1 to 16 years: a parent-offspring adoption study.Psychology and mental healthPlomin, Robert, DeFries, John C., Fulker, David W., Corley, Robin
Needed: a ban on the significance test.Psychology and mental healthHunter, John E.
Object substitution: a new form of masking in unattended visual locations.Psychology and mental healthEnns, James T., Di Lollo, Vincent
One-shot view invariance in a moving world.(novel orientation object recognition)Psychology and mental healthKourtzi, Zoe, Shiffrar, Maggie
On reporting recollective experiences and 'direct access to memory systems'.Psychology and mental healthGardiner, John M., Richardson-Klavehn, Alan, Ramponi, Christina
On the efficiency of visual selective attention: Efficient visual search leads to inefficient distractor rejection.Psychology and mental healthLavie, Nilli, Cox, Sally
On the immediacy of phonetic perception.Psychology and mental healthXu, Yi, Liberman, Alvin M., Whalen, D.H.
On the need for a basic science approach to psychotherapy research.(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthBorkovec, T.D.
On the surprising longevity of flogged horses: why there is a case for the significance test.Psychology and mental healthAbelson, Robert P.
On the value of knowing one's likes and dislikes: attitude accessibility, stress, and health in college.Psychology and mental healthPowell, Martha C., Fazio, Russell
Other folks' theories of mind and behavior. (cultural variations in the theory of mind)Psychology and mental healthLillard, Angeline S.
Planting false childhood memories: the role of event plausibility.Psychology and mental healthPezdek, Kathy, Finger, Kimberly, Hodge, Danelle
Potential applications of behavioral decision research to treatments for drug abuse, related risky behaviors, and other problems: a comment on Fischhoff and Downs. (response to article by Baruch Fischhoff and Julie Downs in this issue, p.154)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthMoras, Karla
Prefrontal brain asymmetry: a biological substrate of the behavioral approach and inhibition systems.Psychology and mental healthDavidson, Richard J., Sutton, Steven K.
Preservation of implicit memory for new associations in global amnesia.Psychology and mental healthGabrieli, John D.E., Keane, Margaret M., Zarella, Melissa M., Poldrack, Russell A.
Priming from the attentional blink: a failure to extract visual tokens but not visual types.Psychology and mental healthWard, Robert, Driver, Jon, Shapiro, Kimron, Sorensen, Robyn E.
Priming spatial layout of scenes.Psychology and mental healthSanocki, Thomas, Epstein, William
Psychology, idea technology, and ideology.Psychology and mental healthSchwartz, Barry
Rules of evidence: a larger context for the statistical debate.Psychology and mental healthScarr, Sandra
Score on the examination for professional practice in psychology as a function of attributes of clinical psychology graduate programs.Psychology and mental healthTempler, Donald I., Yu, Laurina M., Rinaldi, Sharon A., Colbert, Louise A., Siscoe, Karen, Van Patten, Katherine
Seeing two as one: linking apparent motion and repetition blindness.Psychology and mental healthCavanagh, Patrick, Chun, Marvin M.
Self-verification and drug abusers: implications for treatment. (response to article by William B. Swann Jr. in this issue, p. 177)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthLinehan, Marsha M.
Separating speed from automaticity in a patient with focal brain atrophy.Psychology and mental healthWingfield, Arthur, Goodglass, Harold, Lindfield, Kimberly C.
Should significance tests be banned? Introduction to a special section exploring the pros and cons.Psychology and mental healthShrout, Patrick E.
Significance testing in psychological research: some persisting issues.Psychology and mental healthEstes, W.K.
Significance tests have their place.Psychology and mental healthHarris, Richard J.
Social-cognitive mechanisms and personality coherence: self-knowledge, situational beliefs, and cross-situational coherence in perceived self-efficacy.Psychology and mental healthCervone, Daniel
Spreading of visual attention to modally versus amodally completed regions.Psychology and mental healthDriver, Jon, Davis, Greg
Subliminal exposure to death-related stimuli increases defense of the cultural worldview.Psychology and mental healthGreenberg, Jeff, Arndt, Jamie, Pyszczynski, Tom, Solomon, Sheldon
The credible shrinking room: very young children's performance with symbolic and nonsymbolic relations.Psychology and mental healthDeLoache, Judy S., Miller, Kevin F., Rosengren, Karl S.
The effects of alignability on memory.Psychology and mental healthGentner, Dedre, Markman, Arthur B.
The illusion of morality as self-interest: a reason to cooperate in social dilemmas.Psychology and mental healthBaron, Jonathan
The mutual enrichment of basic and applied research in psychological science and practice. (response to articles in Special Section in this issue, pp.145, 148, 151, 154, 159, 162, 167, 170, 174, 177, 181, 184 and 190)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthDavison, Gerald C.
There are two word-length effects in verbal short-term memory: opposed effects of duration and complexity. (research)Psychology and mental healthCowan, Nelson, Nugent, Lara D., Treisman, Michel, Wood, Noelle L.
The similarity of brain activity associated with true and false recognition memory depends on test format.Psychology and mental healthMather, Mara, Johnson, Marcia K., Schacter, Daniel L., Curran, Tim, Nolde, Scott F., Kounios, John
The trouble with change: self-verification and allegiance to the self. (need for verification of self-views among those with negative self-views)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthSwann, William B., Jr.
The trouble with language: experiential avoidance, rules, and the nature of verbal events.(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthHayes, Steven C., Gifford, Elizabeth V.
Three-dimensional bilateral symmetry bias in judgments of figural identity and orientation.Psychology and mental healthTversky, Barbara, McBeath, Michael K., Schiano, Diane J.
Time course of activating brain areas in generating verbal associations.Psychology and mental healthPosner, Michael I., Abdullaev, Yalchin G.
To see or not to see: The need for attention to perceive changes in scenes.Psychology and mental healthRensink, Ronald A., O'Regan, J. Kevin, Clark, James J.
Toward a veridical interpretation of right-hemisphere processing and storage. (response to J. Metcalfe, M. Funnell and M.S. Gazzaniga, Psychological Science, 6, p. 157)Psychology and mental healthChiarello, Christine, Beeman, Mark
To what extent do unique parts influence recognition across changes in viewpoint?Psychology and mental healthBulthoff, Heinrich H., Tarr, Michael J., Zabinski, Marion, Blanz, Volker
Transsaccadic memory and integration during real-world object perception.Psychology and mental healthHenderson, John M.
Very long-lasting priming in picture naming.Psychology and mental healthCave, Carolyn Backer
Viewpoint dependence in scene recognition.Psychology and mental healthMcNamara, Timothy P., Diwadkar, Vaibhav A.
Violations of branch independence in judgments of the value of gambles.Psychology and mental healthBirnbaum, Michael H., Beeghley, Darin
When the antidote is the poison: ironic mental control processes. (attempts at mental control create the undesired effect)(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthWegner, Daniel M.
Working memory capacity dissociates lexical and sentential context effects.Psychology and mental healthKutas, Marta, McIsaac, Heather K., Van Petten, Cyma, Weckerly, Jill
Writing about emotional experiences as a therapeutic process.(Special Section: Behavior Therapy and Psychological Science)Psychology and mental healthPennebaker, James W.
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