Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology

Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology is a magazine focusing on Canadian Experimental Psychology

Articles from Vol. 66, No. 4, December

Abstracts of the 2012 CSBBCS Annual Meeting Résumés Du Congrès Annuel 2012 De la SCCCSC
(ProQuest: ... denotes non-USASCII text omitted.)POSTERSEnhancement of ERPs Indexing Attention to Gaze Cues for Faces Expressing Negative or Ambiguous EmotionsAmandine Lassalle and Roxane Jeanne itier, University of WaterlooDuring social interactions,...
Assessing the Influence of Letter Position in Reading Normal and Transposed Texts Using a Letter Detection Task
During word recognition, some letters appear to play a more important role than others. Although some studies have suggested that the first and last letters of a word have a privileged status, there is no consensus with regards to the importance of the...
Brain Representations of Negative Numbers
Participants performed a physical comparison task of pairs of positive and pairs of negative one-digit numbers while their electrophysiological brain activity was measured. The numerical value of the presented digits was either congruent or incongruent...
Do Animals Have Insight, and What Is Insight Anyway?
We cannot test animals for insight's distinctive phenomenology, the "aha" experience, but we can study the processes underlying insightful behaviour, classically described by Köhler as sudden solution of a problem after an impasse. The central question...
Implausibility Inhibits but Does Not Eliminate False Autobiographical Beliefs
The role of the plausibility of suggested events in the formation of false autobiographical beliefs and memories has long been debated. In two studies, the shape of the relationship between presuggestion personal plausibility and the development of postsuggestion...
Individual Differences and Emotional Inferences during Reading Comprehension
This study investigated readers' representations of the main protagonist's emotional status in short narratives, as well as several mental factors that may affect these representations. General and visuospatial working memory, empathy, and simulation...
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