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Pszichológia 2008 4 357 376 Besken, M., Gülgöz, S. (2009): Reliance on schemas in source memory: Age

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Cycowicz, Y. M., Friedman, D., Snodgrass, J. G. , & Duff, M. (2001). Recognition and source memory for pictures in children and adults. Neuropsychologia , 39 , 255–267. Duff M

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Learning & Perception
Authors:
Tamás M. Bőhm
,
Lidia Shestopalova
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Alexandra Bendixen
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Andreas G. Andreou
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Julius Georgiou
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Guillame Garreau
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Philippe Pouliquen
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Andrew Cassidy
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Susan L. Denham
, and
István Winkler

The human auditory system is capable of grouping sounds originating from different sound sources into coherent auditory streams, a process termed auditory stream segregation. Several cues can influence auditory stream segregation, but the full set of cues and the way in which they are integrated is still unknown. In the current study, we tested whether auditory motion can serve as a cue for segregating sequences of tones. Our hypothesis was that, following the principle of common fate, sounds emitted by sources moving together in space along similar trajectories will be more likely to be grouped into a single auditory stream, while sounds emitted by independently moving sources will more often be heard as two streams. Stimuli were derived from sound recordings in which the sound source motion was induced by walking humans. Although the results showed a clear effect of spatial separation, auditory motion had a negligible influence on stream segregation. Hence, auditory motion may not be used as a primitive cue in auditory stream segregation.

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' (2017) extension of this critique, to psychedelics. In doing so, I argue that the re-medicalisation of psychedelics risks turning the ecological sources, cultural contexts, and experiences induced by psychedelics into resources to be exploited for human

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effectively only when schools and universities collaborate together. Boundary crossing and third space According to Tsui and Law (2007) , boundaries are mostly seen as sources of difficulties in

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Participants Participants were sourced via several online HPPD forums (e.g., www.hppdonline.com ) as well as HPPD-specific and psychedelic-community social media groups. This approach encouraged a mix of HPPD diagnosed and non-HPPD diagnosed

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. Crowley lacks citations to authoritative sources for his many broad and specific claims, refers to online videos as citations to important claims, and references encyclopedias instead of primary sources in various fields. Furthermore, while Crowley has

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sources” (p. 267) as common ground between both perspectives, although each perspective understands this process differently. Both views, however, focus on “goal-directed activity” through which individuals “access, manipulate and transform cognitive

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lernt, lernt Hans nimmermehr” (What Jacky has not learned, Jack will never learn). Also positive was: Money became available to offer and organize adult education, through governments, companies, and other sources. The negative aspect was

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. Kubany , E. S. , Abueg , F. R. , Kilauano , W. L. , Manke , F. P. & Kaplan , A. S. ( 1997 ). Development and validation of the sources of trauma-related guilt survey-war zone version . Journal ofTraumatic Stress , 10 , 235 – 258

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