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1965 74
1966 51
1967 28
1968 84
1969 58
1970 36
1971 21
1972 23
1973 17
1974 9
1975 17
1976 22
1977 13
1978 15
1979 13
1980 27
1981 44
1982 75
1983 71
1984 98
1985 75
1986 99
1987 69
1988 67
1989 80
1990 80
1991 61
1992 43
1993 24
1994 35
1995 33
1996 46
1997 35
1998 30
1999 15
2000 48
2001 36
2002 34
2003 37
2004 37
2005 74
2006 120
2007 106
2008 96
2009 86
2010 82
2011 58
2012 37
2013 42
2014 39
2015 24
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2017 10
2018 13
2019 5
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What is folk psychology?
Stich S and Ravenscroft I. Cognition 1994. PMID 8039374
We argue that the expression "folk psychology" is ambiguous in an important way. On the one hand, "folk psychology" is used by many philosophers and cognitive scientists to refer to an internally represented theory of human psychology exploited in the prediction of behavior. On the other hand, "folk psychology" is used to refer to the theory of mind implicit in our everyday talk about mental states. ...
We argue that the expression "folk psychology" is ambiguous in an important way. On the one hand, "folk psychology" is used by …
Set-shifting among adolescents with anorexia nervosa.
Fitzpatrick KK, et al. Int J Eat Disord 2012. PMID 22692985 Free PMC article.
METHOD: Data on set-shifting collected from the Delis-Kaplan executive functioning system and Wisconsin card sort task (WCST) as well as eating psychopathology were collected from 32 adolescent inpatients with AN and compared with those from 22 HCs. ...Future studies should explore set-shifting difficulties in a larger sample of adolescents with the AN to determine if there is sub-set of adolescents with these difficulties and determine any relationship of set-shifting to the development of a chronic from of AN....
METHOD: Data on set-shifting collected from the Delis-Kaplan executive functioning system and Wisconsin card sort task (WCST) as well …
Biased predecision processing
Brownstein AL. Psychol Bull 2003 - Review. PMID 12848220
Set-shifting and its relation to clinical and personality variables in full recovery of anorexia nervosa.
Lindner SE, et al. Eur Eat Disord Rev 2014. PMID 24802417
Perfectionism is correlated with set-shifting but in converse directions in the two groups. DISCUSSION: Our study supports the findings of inefficiencies in set-shifting after full recovery from AN. Higher perfectionism in the recAN group is associated with better set-shifting ability, whereas higher perfectionism in the healthy control group is related to worse set-shifting ability....
Perfectionism is correlated with set-shifting but in converse directions in the two groups. DISCUSSION: Our study supports the findin …
The response set theory of hypnosis.
Kirsch I. Am J Clin Hypn 2000 - Review. PMID 10710811
The response set theory of hypnosis (Kirsch & Lynn, 1997) is an extension of response expectancy theory (Kirsch, 1985), which is rooted in social cognitive approach to understanding human experience and behavior. ...
The response set theory of hypnosis (Kirsch & Lynn, 1997) is an extension of response expectancy theory (Kirsch, 1985), which is …
Ensemble representations: effects of set size and item heterogeneity on average size perception.
Marchant AP, et al. Acta Psychol (Amst) 2013. PMID 23376135
Observers can accurately perceive and evaluate the statistical properties of a set of objects, forming what is now known as an ensemble representation. ...However, the lack of a set size effect might result from the regularity of the item sizes used in previous studies. Here, we replicate these previous findings, but show that judgments of mean set size become less accurate when set size increases and the heterogeneity of the item sizes increases. ...
Observers can accurately perceive and evaluate the statistical properties of a set of objects, forming what is now known as an ensemb …
Miracles of perception
Leeuwenberg E. Acta Psychol (Amst) 2003 - Review. PMID 14670705
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