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People believe it is plausible to have forgotten memories of childhood sexual abuse.
(Psychon Bull Rev, 2007-08)
Pezdek, Blandon-Gitlin, and Gabbay (2006) found that perceptions of the plausibility of events increase the likelihood that imagination may induce false memories of those events. Using a survey conducted by Gallup, we asked ...
Reduction in urinary arsenic levels in response to arsenic mitigation efforts in Araihazar, Bangladesh.
(Environ Health Perspect, 2007-06)
BACKGROUND: There is a need to identify and evaluate an effective mitigation program for arsenic exposure from drinking water in Bangladesh. OBJECTIVE: We evaluated the effectiveness of a multifaceted mitigation program ...
The evolutionary origins of human patience: temporal preferences in chimpanzees, bonobos, and human adults.
(Curr Biol, 2007-10-09)
To make adaptive choices, individuals must sometimes exhibit patience, forgoing immediate benefits to acquire more valuable future rewards [1-3]. Although humans account for future consequences when making temporal decisions ...
Object files can be purely episodic.
Our ability to track an object as the same persisting entity over time and motion may primarily rely on spatiotemporal representations which encode some, but not all, of an object's features. Previous researchers using the ...
Gauging possibilities for action based on friction underfoot.
(J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform, 2007-10)
Standing and walking generate information about friction underfoot. Five experiments examined whether walkers use such perceptual information for prospective control of locomotion. In particular, do walkers integrate information ...