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A transcranial magnetic stimulation study on response activation and selection in spatial conflict
(Wiley: 12 months, 2014)
In choice reaction tasks, subjects typically respond faster when the relative spatial positions of stimulus and response correspond than when they do not, even when spatial information is irrelevant to the task (e.g. in ...
The parental bond, resistance to peer influence and risky driving in adolescence
The present study examined the relations between gender, the parental bond, resistance to peer influence, and risky driving. In particular, the mediating role of resistance to peer pressure in the relationship between ...
Word stress assignment in German, English and Dutch: Quantity-sensitivity and extrametricality revisited
(Springer Verlag (Germany), 2014)
English, German, and Dutch show very similar word stress patterns, in that word stress is not fixed to a certain position within a word, but realized within the final three syllables. There is, however, no consensus on the ...
The function of rhythmical alternation in language processing: an ERP study on English compounds
This study investigates the influence of rhythmic expectancies on language processing. It is assumed that language rhythm involves an alternation of strong and weak beats within a linguistic domain. Hence, in some contexts ...
Flipped learning alla scuola primaria
Le strategie di Flipped Learning sono state ampiamente sperimentate, con successo, soprattutto a livello di scuola superiore e media, mentre poca ricerca scientifica è stata finora condotta all’interno delle scuole primarie. ...