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1. Kluytmans A, Van de Schoot R, Mulder J, Hoijtink H (2012) Illustrating bayesian evaluation of informative hypotheses for regression models. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:2
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2. Hayes DJ, Huxtable AG (2012) Interpreting deactivations in neuroimaging. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:27
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3. Congdon EL, Mumford JA, Cohen JA, Galvan A, Canli T, Poldrack RA (2012) Measurement and reliability of response inhibition. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:37
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4. Kraha A, Turner H, Nimon KF, Zientek LR, Henson RK (2012) Tools to support interpreting multiple regression in the face of multicollinearity. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:44
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5. Flora DB, LaBrish C, Chalmers RP (2012) Old and new ideas for data screening and assumption testing for exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:55
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6. Fujisaki W (2012) Effects of delayed visual feedback on grooved pegboard test performance. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:61
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7. Rooney B, Keyes H, Brady N (2012) Shared or separate mechanisms for self-face and other-face processing? evidence from adaptation. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:66
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8. Mausfeld R (2012) On some unwarranted tacit assumptions in cognitive neuroscience. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:67
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9. Fuelscher IT, Ball K, MacMahon C (2012) Perspectives on learning styles in motor and sport skills. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:69
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10. Mashal N, Solodkin A, Dick AS, Chen E, Small SL (2012) A network model of observation and imitation of speech. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:84
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11. Nimon KF, Zientek LR, Henson RK (2012) The assumption of a reliable instrument and other pitfalls to avoid when considering the reliability of data. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:102
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12. Strauss S, Heinke D (2012) A robotics-based approach to modeling of choice reaching experiments on visual attention. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:105
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13. Fischer MH, Kaufmann L, Domahs F (2012) Finger counting and numerical cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:108
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14. Elsner C, Falck-Ytter T, Gredebäck G (2012) Humans anticipate the goal of other people’s point-light actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:120
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15. Bolognini N, Maravita A (2012) Interactions between senses: updating on neural mechanisms and behavioral evidence. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:122
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16. Gilbert SJ, Bird G, Frith CD, Burgess PW (2012) Does “task difficulty” explain “task-induced deactivation?”. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:125
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17. Huizenga HM, van der Molen MW, Bexkens A, Bos MGN, van den Wildenberg WPM (2012) Muscle or motivation? a stop-signal study on the effects of sequential cognitive control. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:126
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18. Lange-Küttner C, Averbeck BB, Hirsch SV, Wießner I, Lamba N (2012) Sequence learning under uncertainty in children: self-reflection vs. self-assertion. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:127
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19. Olivé I, Berthoz AA (2012) Combined induction of rubber-hand illusion and out-of-body experiences. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:128
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20. Rousselet GA (2012) Does filtering preclude us from studying erp time-courses? Frontiers in Psychology, 3:131
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21. Popescu ST, Wexler M (2012) Spontaneous body movements in spatial cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:136
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22. Hoekstra R, Kiers HAL, Johnson A (2012) Are assumptions of well-known statistical techniques checked, and why (not)? Frontiers in Psychology, 3:137
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23. Spreng RN (2012) The fallacy of a “task-negative” network. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:145
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24. Conde V, Altenmüller E, Villringer A, Ragert P (2012) Task-irrelevant auditory feedback facilitates motor performance in musicians. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:146
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25. Zhang S, Li CR (2012b) Task-related, low-frequency task-residual, and resting state activity in the default mode network brain regions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:172
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26. Simen P (2012) Evidence accumulator or decision threshold – which cortical mechanism are we observing? Frontiers in Psychology, 3:183
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27. Haas BW, Reiss AL (2012) Social brain development in williams syndrome: the current status and directions for future research. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:186
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28. Wollschläger LM, Diederich A (2012) The 2n-ary choice tree model for n-alternative preferential choice. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:189
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29. Finch WH (2012) Distribution of variables by method of outlier detection. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:211
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30. Goldfarb S, Wong-Lin K, Schwemmer M, Leonard NE, Holmes P (2012) Can post-error dynamics explain sequential reaction time patterns? Frontiers in Psychology, 3:213
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31. Sack AT, Schuhmann T (2012) Hemispheric differences within the fronto-parietal network dynamics underlying spatial imagery. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:214
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32. Lange ND, Thomas RP, Davelaar EJ (2012) Temporal dynamics of hypothesis generation: the influences of data serial order, data consistency, and elicitation timing. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:215
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33. Tressoldi PE (2012) Replication unreliability in psychology: elusive phenomena or “elusive” statistical power? Frontiers in Psychology, 3:218
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34. Kosslyn SM, Kievit RA, Russell AG, Shephard JM (2012) Powerpoint® presentation flaws and failures: a psychological analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:230
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35. Smithson M (2012) A simple statistic for comparing moderation of slopes and correlations. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:231
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36. Widmann A, Schröger E (2012) Filter effects and filter artifacts in the analysis of electrophysiological data. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:233
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37. Asai T, Sugimori E, Tanno Y (2012) The body knows what it should do: automatic motor compensation for illusory heaviness contagion. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:244
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38. Sugano Y, Keetels M, Vroomen J (2012) The build-up and transfer of sensorimotor temporal recalibration measured via a synchronization task. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:246
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39. Zmyj N, Aschersleben G, Prinz W, Daum MM (2012) The peer model advantage in infants’ imitation of familiar gestures performed by differently aged models. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:252
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40. van den Wildenberg WPM, Ridderinkhof KR, Wylie SA (2012) Once bitten, twice shy: on the transient nature of congruency sequence effects. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:264
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41. Crollen V, Collignon O (2012) Embodied space in early blind individuals. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:272
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42. Nagai Y, Suzuki M, Miyazaki M, Kitazawa S (2012) Acquisition of multiple prior distributions in tactile temporal order judgment. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:276
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43. Mroczko-Wąsowicz A, Werning M (2012) Synesthesia, sensory-motor contingency, and semantic emulation: how swimming style-color synesthesia challenges the traditional view of synesthesia. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:279
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44. Wang L, Sutter C, Müsseler J, Dangel RJZ, Disselhorst-Klug C (2012c) Perceiving one’s own limb movements with conflicting sensory feedback: the role of mode of movement control and age. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:289
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45. Delevoye-Turrell YN, Bobineau C (2012) Motor consciousness during intention-based and stimulus-based actions: modulating attention resources through mindfulness meditation. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:290
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46. Heathcote A, Love J (2012) Linear deterministic accumulator models of simple choice. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:292
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47. Callard F, Smallwood J, Margulies DS (2012) Default positions: how neuroscience’s historical legacy has hampered investigation of the resting mind. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:321
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48. Nimon KF (2012) Statistical assumptions of substantive analyses across the general linear model: a mini-review. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:322
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49. Fairbrother JT, Laughlin DD, Nguyen TV (2012) Self-controlled feedback facilitates motor learning in both high and low activity individuals. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:323
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50. García-Pérez MA (2012) Statistical conclusion validity: some common threats and simple remedies. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:325
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51. Schendan HE, Ganis G (2012) Electrophysiological potentials reveal cortical mechanisms for mental imagery, mental simulation, and grounded (embodied) cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:329
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52. Colzato LS, de Bruijn ERA, Hommel B (2012) Up to “me” or up to “us”? the impact of self-construal priming on cognitive self-other integration. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:341
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53. Wykowska A, Schubö A (2012) Action intentions modulate allocation of visual attention: electrophysiological evidence. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:379
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54. Schilling M, Cruse H (2012) What's next: recruitment of a grounded predictive body model for planning a robot's actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:383
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55. Haering C, Kiesel A (2012) Mine is earlier than yours: causal beliefs influence the perceived time of action effects. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:393
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56. Moore K (2012) Brains don’t predict; they trial actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:417
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57. Asai T, Kanayama N (2012) “cutaneous rabbit” hops toward a light: unimodal and cross-modal causality on the skin. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:427
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58. Dekker S, Lee NC, Howard-Jones P, Jolles J (2012) Neuromyths in education: prevalence and predictors of misconceptions among teachers. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:429
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59. Herwig A, Waszak F (2012) Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:444
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60. Knudsen B, Henning A, Wunsch K, Weigelt M, Aschersleben G (2012) The end-state comfort effect in 3- to 8-year-old children in two object manipulation tasks. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:445
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61. Janczyk M, Heinemann A, Pfister R (2012) Instant attraction: immediate action-effect bindings occur for both, stimulus- and goal-driven actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:446
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62. Muhle-Karbe PS, Krebs RM (2012) On the influence of reward on action-effect binding. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:450
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63. Thinnes-Elker F, Iljina O, Apostolides JK, Kraemer F, Schulze-Bonhage A, Aertsen A, Ball T (2012) Intention concepts and brain-machine interfacing. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:455
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64. Deroy O, Auvray M (2012) Reading the world through the skin and ears: a new perspective on sensory substitution. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:457
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65. Lindner I, Schain C, Kopietz R, Echterhoff G (2012) When do we confuse self and other in action memory? reduced false memories of self-performance after observing actions by an out-group vs. in-group actor. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:467
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66. Lawrence GP, Gottwald VM, Khan MA, Kramer RSS (2012) The movement kinematics and learning strategies associated with adopting different foci of attention during both acquisition and anxious performance. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:468
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67. Cai M, Stetson C, Eagleman DM (2012) A neural model for temporal order judgments and their active recalibration: a common mechanism for space and time? Frontiers in Psychology, 3:470
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68. Nguyen N, Dufour S, Brunellière A (2012) Does imitation facilitate word recognition in a non-native regional accent? Frontiers in Psychology, 3:480
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69. Tsujita M, Ichikawa M (2012) Non-retinotopic motor-visual recalibration to temporal lag. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:487
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70. Herbort O, Butz MV (2012) Too good to be true? ideomotor theory from a computational perspective. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:494
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71. van Vugt FT, Jabusch H, Altenmüller E (2012) Fingers phrase music differently: trial-to-trial variability in piano scale playing and auditory perception reveal motor chunking. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:495
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72. Sheredos B (2012) Reductio ad bacterium: the ubiquity of bayesian “brains” and the goals of cognitive science. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:498
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73. Buttelmann D, Zmyj N (2012) Evaluating the empirical evidence for the two-stage-model of infant imitation. a commentary on paulus, hunnius, vissers, and bekkering (2011). Frontiers in Psychology, 3:512
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74. Wiest G (2012) Neural and mental hierarchies. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:516
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75. Thomaschke R (2012) Investigating ideomotor cognition with motorvisual priming paradigms: key findings, methodological challenges, and future directions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:519
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76. Ruge H, Krebs RM, Wolfensteller U (2012) Early markers of ongoing action-effect learning. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:522
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77. Heim S, Amunts K, Hensel T, Grande M, Huber W, Binkofski F, Eickhoff SB (2012) The role of human parietal area 7a as a link between sequencing in hand actions and in overt speech production. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:534
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78. Franz EA (2012) The allocation of attention to learning of goal-directed actions: a cognitive neuroscience framework focusing on the basal ganglia. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:535
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79. Walter AM, Rieger M (2012) Similar mechanisms of movement control in target- and effect-directed actions toward spatial goals? Frontiers in Psychology, 3:539
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80. Honda T, Hirashima M, Nozaki D (2012b) Habituation to feedback delay restores degraded visuomotor adaptation by altering both sensory prediction error and the sensitivity of adaptation to the error. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:540
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81. Tanaka H, Homma K, Imamizu H (2012) Illusory reversal of causality between touch and vision has no effect on prism adaptation rate. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:545
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82. Locatelli M, Gatti R, Tettamanti M (2012) Training of manual actions improves language understanding of semantically related action sentences. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:547
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83. Zimmermann KM, Bischoff M, Lorey B, Stark R, Munzert J, Zentgraf K (2012) Neural correlates of switching attentional focus during finger movements: an fmri study. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:555
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84. Ste-Marie DM, Vertes KA, Law B, Rymal AM (2013) Learner-controlled self-observation is advantageous for motor skill acquisition. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:556
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85. Schmidjell T, Range F, Huber L, Virányi Z (2012) Do owners have a clever hans effect on dogs? results of a pointing study. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:558
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86. Sutter C, Ladwig S, Oehl M, Müsseler J (2012) Age effects on controlling tools with sensorimotor transformations. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:573
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87. Gaschler R, Nattkemper D (2012) Instructed task demands and utilization of action effect anticipation. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:578
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88. Ondobaka S, Bekkering H (2012) Hierarchy of idea-guided action and perception-guided movement. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:579
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89. Willems RM, Francken JC (2012) Embodied cognition: taking the next step. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:582
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90. Ziessler M, Nattkemper D, Vogt S (2012) The activation of effect codes in response preparation: new evidence from an indirect priming paradigm. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:585
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91. Lukas S, Philipp AM, Koch I (2013) The influence of action effects in task-switching. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:595
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92. Rohde M, Ernst MO (2012) To lead and to lag – forward and backward recalibration of perceived visuo-motor simultaneity. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:599
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93. Lewis E, Lloyd DM, Farrell MJ (2013) The role of the environment in eliciting phantom-like sensations in non-amputees. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:600
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94. Pernet CR, Wilcox RR, Rousselet GA (2013) Robust correlation analyses: false positive and power validation using a new open source matlab toolbox. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:606
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95. Sanli EA, Patterson JT, Bray SR, Lee TD (2013) Understanding self-controlled motor learning protocols through the self-determination theory. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:611
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