Journal Articles (Psychology)
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- 6McMillan, Neil
- 5Nicoladis, E.
- 5Spetch, Marcia L.
- 5Sturdy, Christopher B.
- 4Allison H. Hahn
- 4Campbell, Kimberley A.
Unidirectional Influence of Vision on Locomotion in Multimodal Spatial Representations Acquired from NavigationDownload
Visual and idiothetic information are coupled in forming multimodal spatial representations during navigation (Tcheang, Bülthoff, & Burgess, 2011). We investigated whether idiothetic representations activate visual representations but not vice versa (unidirectional coupling) or whether these two...
When is a Choice not a Choice? Pigeons Fail to Inhibit Incorrect Responses on a Go/No-Go Midsession Reversal Task
When is a Choice not a Choice? Pigeons Fail to Inhibit Incorrect Responses on a Go/No-Go Midsession Reversal TaskDownload
In a two-stimulus visual discrimination choice task with a reversal in reward contingencies midway through each session, pigeons produce a surprising number of both anticipatory errors (i.e., responding to the second-correct stimulus before the reversal) and perseverative errors (i.e., responding...
French is traditionally considered a non-compounding language because Speakers prefer to use lexical forms such äs NPN instead of N-N compounds. However, the preposition in these French NPNs shares similarities with meaningless linking elements in compounds in other languages. It is therefore...
Why Don’t “Real Men” Learn Languages? Masculinity Threat and Gender Ideology Suppress Men’s Language Learning MotivationDownload
Large gender disparities in participation still exist across many university subjects and career fields, but few studies have examined factors that account for gender gaps in female-dominated disciplines. We examine one possible cause: threatened masculinity among men who hold traditional gender...
ZENK expression following conspecific and heterospecific playback in the zebra finch auditory forebrainDownload
Zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) are sexually dimorphic songbirds, not only in appearance but also in vocal production: while males produce both calls and songs, females only produce calls. This dimorphism provides a means to contrast the auditory perception of vocalizations produced by...
submitted manuscript titled as 'Superior Cognitive Mapping through Single-landmark-related Learning than through Boundary-related Learning'
submitted manuscript titled as 'Superior Cognitive Mapping through Single-landmark-related Learning than through Boundary-related Learning'Download
Cognitive mapping is assumed to be through hippocampus-dependent place learning rather than striatum-dependent response learning. However, we propose that either type of spatial learning, as long as it involves encoding metric relations between locations and reference points, could lead to a...
“Responsible” or “Strange”? Differences in Face Mask Use Between Chinese and Non-East Asian Canadians During the COVID-19 Pandemic
“Responsible” or “Strange”? Differences in Face Mask Use Between Chinese and Non-East Asian Canadians During the COVID-19 PandemicDownload
Objectives: Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese and non-Chinese Canadians exhibited differential support for public mask use, which may have implications for public health and interethnic relations. Such differences were primarily attributed to variations in ethnic norms and practices by...