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  • A Computer Adaptive Measure of Delay Discounting 

    Mahalingam, V; Palkovics, M; Kosinski, M; Cek, I; Stillwell, D (SAGE Publications, 2016-11)
    Delay discounting has been linked to important behavioral, health, and social outcomes, including academic achievement, social functioning and substance use, but thoroughly measuring delay discounting is tedious and time ...
  • Simple reaction time for broadband sounds compared to pure tones 

    Schlittenlacher, J; Ellermeier, W; Avci, G (Springer, 2016-11-22)
    Although many studies have explored the relation between reaction time (RT) and loudness, including effects of intensity, frequency, and binaural summation, comparable work on spectral summation is rare. However, most ...
  • Neural substrates of cue reactivity and craving in Gambling Disorder 

    Limbrick-Oldfield, EH; Mick, I; Cocks, RE; McGonigle, J; Sharman, SP; Goldstone, AP; Stokes, PRA et al. (Nature Publishing Group, 2017-01-03)
    Cue reactivity is an established procedure in addictions research for examining the subjective experience and neural basis of craving. This experiment sought to quantify cue-related brain responses in Gambling Disorder ...
  • Discrimination of amplitude-modulation depth by subjects with normal and impaired hearing 

    Schlittenlacher, J; Moore, BCJ (American Institute of Physics, 2016-11)
    The loudness recruitment associated with cochlear hearing loss increases the perceived amount of amplitude modulation (AM), called "fluctuation strength." For normal-hearing (NH) subjects, fluctuation strength "saturates" ...

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