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Volume 12, Number 2, March 2001

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Virtually Perfect Time Sharing in Dual-Task Performance: Uncorking the Central Cognitive Bottleneck
pp. 101-108(8)
Authors: Schumacher, Eric H.; Seymour, Travis L.; Glass, Jennifer M.; Fencsik, David E.; Lauber, Erick J.; Kieras, David E.; Meyer, David E.

When Sound Affects Vision: Effects of Auditory Grouping on Visual Motion Perception
pp. 109-116(8)
Authors: Watanabe, Katsumi; Shimojo, Shinsuke

Granting Forgiveness or Harboring Grudges: Implications for Emotion, Physiology, and Health
pp. 117-123(7)
Authors: vanOyen Witvliet, Charlotte; Ludwig, Thomas E.; Vander Laan, Kelly L.

End Effects of Rated Life Quality: The James Dean Effect
pp. 124-128(5)
Authors: Diener, Ed; Wirtz, Derrick; Oishi, Shigehiro

Two Kinds of Reasoning
pp. 129-134(6)
Author: Rips, Lance J.

Do Amnesics Exhibit Cognitive Dissonance Reduction?: The Role of Explicit Memory and Attention in Attitude Change
pp. 135-140(6)
Authors: Lieberman, Matthew D.; Ochsner, Kevin N.; Gilbert, Daniel T.; Schacter, Daniel L.

Infants’ Knowledge about Occlusion and Containment Events: A Surprising Discrepancy
pp. 141-147(7)
Authors: Hespos, Susan J.; Baillargeon, Renée

Gone But Not Forgotten: The Transient Nature of Retrieval-Induced Forgetting
pp. 148-152(5)
Authors: MacLeod, Malcolm D.; Macrae, C. Neil

The Effect of Implied Orientation Derived from Verbal Context on Picture Recognition
pp. 153-156(4)
Authors: Stanfield, Robert A.; Zwaan, Rolf A.

Seeing Sets: Representation by Statistical Properties
pp. 157-162(6)
Author: Ariely, Dan

Implicit Attitude Measures: Consistency, Stability, and Convergent Validity
pp. 163-170(8)
Authors: Cunningham, William A.; Preacher, Kristopher J.; Banaji, Mahzarin R.

Where is the Gender in Gendered Language?
pp. 171-175(5)
Authors: Thomson, Rob; Murachver, Tamar; Green, James

Memory Distortions Develop Over Time: A Reply to Horn
pp. 182-182(1)
Authors: Squire, Larry R.; Schmolck, Heike; Buffalo, Elizabeth A.

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