Cognition (tagged articles)
Change Blindness: The Influence of Positive Mood on Change Detection in Visual Scenes
Emily Wang - Change blindness is the finding that people often fail to notice substantial changes between different views of a visual scene. The current study investigated the effect of mood states on people’s ability to detect changes, by comparing participants’ performance... Keep Reading »
Do Textbooks Shape Attitudes Toward War? Narrative 'Images' and Implicit Social Cognition
Noemi Andrusello - To explore the relationship between history education and attitudes to war, narrative primes about World War II were read by 20 undergraduate students at California State University, Fresno. Afterwards, in the course of experimental interviews, participants responded... Keep Reading »
Cross-Cultural Differences in Memory, Beliefs, and Mental Schemas
Zachary Hendricks - Although it is self-evident that one’s memories are often fleeting, a large amount of empirical research has been done within the field of cognitive psychology supporting the notion that one of the mind’s most extensive faults is its faculty for memory.... Keep Reading »
The Foreign Language Effect and Disembodied Cognition: The Complexity of Emotional Boundaries and Linguistic Factors
Estefani C. Reyes - Cognitive psychology research informs on the complexities of human functioning and behavior and thereby, simultaneously, extends our agency to harness its potential malleability. Our various cognitive processes (e.g., decision-making, emotion, language) furthermore... Keep Reading »
Cognitive Embodiment and Mind Reading in Jane Austen's Persuasion
Karah L. Smith - Empirical psychology first emerged as a scientific discipline during the eighteenth century when it was launched into the academic realm by being taught in universities, appearing as chapters in philosophy manuals, and debuting as the topic of scientific journals and... Keep Reading »
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