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    • Contiguity and overshadowing interactions in the rapid-streaming procedure 

      Urcelay, Gonzalo (The University of Nottingham, 2022-04-29)
      Previous research has reported that temporal contiguity is a critical factor determining the direction of cue-interactions: strong contiguity leads to competition (e.g., overshadowing), but weak contiguity leads to ...
    • High Schizotypy Predicts Emotion Recognition Independently of Negative Affect 

      Dawes, Christopher; Danielmeier, Claudia; Haselgrove, Mark; Moran, Paula M. (The University of Nottingham, 2021-09-03)
      This data contains information on schizotypy, negative affect, and emotion recognition. Schizotypy is assessed using the O-LIFE and the columns Unex, Intan, and Cogdis refer to positive, negative, and disorganised schizotypy ...
    • Social overshadowing: revisiting cue-competition in social interactions 

      Urcelay, Gonzalo (University of Nottingham, 2022-03-14)
      Understanding how we use the information surrounding us to extract patterns and guide our behavior has been of major interest in psychological research, in both social and nonsocial contexts. On the one hand, associative ...