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Causes of Interference: Working Memory and Distraction
(Vanderbilt University, 2011-02-06)
Working memory accounts for various types of cognitive processing, including object and spatial processing. Distraction has been demonstrated to be domain-specific with the strongest interference coming from a distractor ...
The Effects of Social Context on the Therapeutic Benefits of Emotion Sharing
(Vanderbilt University, 2018-04-18)
The purpose of the study was to analyze the different contexts in which the social sharing of emotion occurs and the comparative benefits associated with two different contexts of emotion sharing. Previous research has ...
Effects of Dopamine on Reward Learning in Parkinson’s Patients with Impulse Control Disorders
(Vanderbilt University, 2013)
This study investigated how dopamine agonist medication differentially affects reward learning in Parkinson’s patients with and without Impulse Control Disorders (ICDs). We tested 16 patients (8 female, 5 with ICDs, mean ...
A Multilevel Logistic Regression Analysis on the Likelihood of Overeating and Unplanned Eating
(Vanderbilt University, 2017-04)
This paper analyzed three models of emotional eating: the restraint disinhibition model, the affect-regulation model, and the externality model (Herman and Polivy, 1975; Haedt-Matt & Keel, 2011; Schachter, 1968). Emotional ...