Brain and Cognition

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Dissociating predictability, plausibility and possibility of sentence continuations in reading: evidence from late-positivity ERPs
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The material-weight illusion is a Bayes-optimal percept under competing density priors
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Eye movements while judging faces for trustworthiness and dominance
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Relationships between neuropsychological and antisaccade measures in multiple sclerosis patients
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Clustering of fMRI data: the elusive optimal number of clusters
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Effects of knee extension with different speeds of movement on muscle and cerebral oxygenation
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Distinguishing between enduring and dynamic concussion symptoms: applying Generalisability Theory to the Rivermead Post Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire (RPQ)
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Investigating the relationship between intergroup physical contact and attitudes towards foreigners: the mediating role of quality of intergroup contact
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An adaptive scale Gaussian filter to explain White’s illusion from the viewpoint of lightness assimilation for a large range of variation in spatial frequency of the grating and aspect ratio of the targets
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Does Twitter language reliably predict heart disease? A commentary on Eichstaedt et al. (2015a)
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Dissociating predictability, plausibility and possibility of sentence continuations in reading: evidence from late-positivity ERPs https://t.co/IVJ5rwNGj5 via @thePeerJ

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The material-weight illusion is a Bayes-optimal percept under competing density priors https://t.co/jZqAeAFeH8 @thePeerJ

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An adaptive scale Gaussian filter to explain White’s illusion from the viewpoint of lightness assimilation for a large range of variation in spatial frequency of the grating and aspect ratio of the targets https://t.co/ifkMCMaTtq @thePeerJ https://t.co/O9Y27HZTlY

Commentary on study by @JEichstaedt on predicting heart disease from Twitter data now online at @thePeerJ https://t.co/yUcaYb5U3A