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  • No evidence for surface organization in Kanizsa configurations during continuous flash suppression 

    Moors, Pieter; Wagemans, Johan; van Ee, Raymond; de-Wit, Lee (Springer, 2015-12-24)
    Does one need to be aware of a visual stimulus for it to be perceptually organized into a coherent whole? The answer to this question regarding the interplay between Gestalts and visual awareness remains unclear. Using ...
  • Is neuroimaging measuring information in the brain? 

    de-Wit, Lee; Alexander, David; Ekroll, Vebjørn; Wagemans, Johan (Springer, 2016-02-01)
    Psychology moved beyond the stimulus response mapping of behaviorism by adopting an information processing framework. This shift from behavioral to cognitive science was partly inspired by work demonstrating that the concept ...
  • ‘Illicit Antiquities’? The Collection of Nazi militaria in the Channel Islands. 

    Carr, Gilly (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
    This paper explores the collection of Nazi or German militaria in the Channel Islands and the change in meaning that this practice has held for four generations of islanders from 1945 to the present day. Focusing on the ...
  • The Basis of Correctness in the Religious Studies Classroom 

    Bourne, Craig; Caddick Bourne, Emily; Jarmy, Clare (Wiley, 2016-03-20)
    What is it that makes a student’s answer correct or incorrect in Religious Studies? In practice, the standards of correctness in the RS classroom are generally applied with relative ease by teachers and students. Nevertheless, ...

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