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Cognitive Mechanisms of Transsaccadic Perception
Transsaccadic perception is characterised as the ability to perceive our visual world as stable and unmoving, despite the retinal image of our visual world changing each time we make rapid eye movements (called saccades). ...
EXAMINING THE ROLE OF FEELING OF RIGHTNESS WITH ANCHORING AND NUMBER OF MODELS
Feeling of Rightness (FOR) is a metacognitive experience accompanying people’s intuitive answers that predicts subsequent answer changes (Thompson, Prowse Turner, & Pennycook, 2011). Previous research suggested cues that ...
PREFERENTIAL ACCESS TO OBJECT SEMANTICS VIA LEXICAL PROCESSING IN THE VENTRAL STREAM OF THE BRAIN
Converging evidence supports a distributed-plus-hub view of semantic processing in the brain, in which there are distributed modular semantic sub-systems (e.g., for shape, colour, and action) connected to an amodal semantic ...