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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 49, Number 7, 1 July 2012

Test–retest reliability of an
pp. 873-884(12)
Authors: Sheu, Lei K.; Jennings, J. Richard; Gianaros, Peter J.

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The deployment of visual attention during temporal integration: An electrophysiological investigation
pp. 885-898(14)
Authors: Akyürek, Elkan G.; Meijerink, Steven K.

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Enhanced error‐related negativity on flanker errors: Error expectancy or error significance?
pp. 899-908(10)
Authors: Maier, Martin E.; Pellegrino, Giuseppe; Steinhauser, Marco

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Stimulation‐history effects on the
pp. 909-919(11)
Authors: Zacharias, Norman; König, Reinhard; Heil, Peter

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New rather than old? For working memory tasks with abstract patterns the
pp. 920-932(13)
Authors: Mathes, B.; Schmiedt, J.; Schmiedt‐Fehr, C.; Pantelis, C.; Basar‐Eroglu, C.

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Is fast auditory change detection feature specific? An electrophysiological study in humans
pp. 933-942(10)
Authors: Leung, Sumie; Cornella, Miriam; Grimm, Sabine; Escera, Carles

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across arithmetic operations in a delayed answer verification task
pp. 943-958(16)
Authors: Jasinski, Emily C.; Coch, Donna

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and beyond: Functional separation of multiple emotion effects in word recognition
pp. 959-969(11)
Authors: Bayer, Mareike; Sommer, Werner; Schacht, Annekathrin

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An event‐related potentials study of face naming: Evidence of phonological retrieval deficit in the tip‐of‐the‐tongue state
pp. 980-990(11)
Authors: Buján, Ana; Galdo‐Álvarez, Santiago; Lindín, Mónica; Díaz, Fernando

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Circulating cytokine signatures in healthy medical students exposed to academic examination stress
pp. 991-997(7)
Authors: Kamezaki, Yoshiko; Katsuura, Sakurako; Kuwano, Yuki; Tanahashi, Toshihito; Rokutan, Kazuhito

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How reward modulates mimicry:
pp. 998-1004(7)
Authors: Sims, Thomas B.; Van Reekum, Carien M.; Johnstone, Tom; Chakrabarti, Bhismadev

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Quiet eye training expedites motor learning and aids performance under heightened anxiety: The roles of response programming and external attention
pp. 1005-1015(11)
Authors: Moore, Lee J.; Vine, Samuel J.; Cooke, Andrew; Ring, Christopher; Wilson, Mark R.

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