Frontiers in Psychology - Volume 3, issue Preprint

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Cras neque tellus, ornare vel pulvinar luctus, vestibulum malesuada ante. Nullam pellentesque, ipsum vel fermentum tincidunt, velit neque molestie lacus, at iaculis purus mauris in nisl. Nullam vehicula imperdiet auctor. Mauris tempus, leo eget euismod condimentum, erat justo vehicula augue, vitae ornare elit felis nec libero. Etiam et quam sit amet metus dignissim dictum sed vitae purus. Phasellus gravida hendrerit risus vitae euismod. In elementum massa facilisis nulla pulvinar at pharetra leo pellentesque.

Electronic ISSN
1664-1078

Abstract

Most research on the relationship between attention and consciousness has been limited to perception. However, perceptions are not the only kinds of mental contents of which we can be conscious. An important set of conscious states that has not received proper treatment within this discussion is

Journal: Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 3, no. Preprint, 2012

Abstract

Refraining from reacting does not only involve reactive inhibitory mechanisms. It was recently found that inhibitory control also relies strongly on proactive mechanisms. However, since most available studies have focused on reactive stopping, little is known about how proactive inhibition of res

Journal: Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 3, no. Preprint, 2012

Abstract

Natural sounds contain complex spectral components, which are temporally modulated as time-varying signals. Recent studies have suggested that the auditory system encodes spectral and temporal sound information differently. However, it remains unresolved how the human brain processes sounds conta

Journal: Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 3, no. Preprint, 2012

Abstract

The present study examined how word-initial letters influence lexical access during reading. Eye movements were monitored as participants read sentences containing target words. Three factors were independently manipulated. First, target words had either high or low constraining word-initial lett

Journal: Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 3, no. Preprint, 2012

Abstract

Conceptual short term memory (CSTM) is a theoretical construct that provides one answer to the question of how perceptual and conceptual processes are related. CSTM is a mental buffer and processor in which current perceptual stimuli and their associated concepts from long term memory (LTM) are r

Journal: Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 3, no. Preprint, 2012