*  Interactive effects of shoe style and verbal cues on perceptions of female physicians' personal attributes - Cogprints
Wilson, Dr Andrew and Moudraia, Dr Olga (2003) Interactive effects of shoe style and verbal cues on perceptions of female ... CONCLUSIONS: Shoe style does not appear to influence perceptions of female physicians when combined with verbal cues. However, ... Interactive effects of shoe style and verbal cues on perceptions of female physicians' personal attributes ... MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Perceptions of the physician's approachability, professional image, ability to empathize with the ...
  http://cogprints.org/3248/
*  Contribution of somesthetic cues to the perception of body orientation and subjective visual vertical | SpringerLink
Without relevant visual cues, the subjective visual vertical (SVV) is biased in roll-tilted subjects toward the body axis ( ... Contribution of somesthetic cues to the perception of body orientation and subjective visual vertical. ... Perception of the upright in the absence of a visual field.Journal of Experimental Psychology,38, 603-614.PubMedCrossRefGoogle ... and hip joints to the perception threshold for support surface rotation.Perception & Psychophysics,61, 615-624.Google Scholar ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.3758%2FBF03194843
*  Slow Temporal Integration Enables Robust Neural Coding and Perception of a Cue to Sound Source Location | Journal of...
Slow Temporal Integration Enables Robust Neural Coding and Perception of a Cue to Sound Source Location. Andrew D. Brown and ... Each ILD cue value was presented at least 20 times (typically 30 times), with cue values presented in random order over the ... Slow Temporal Integration Enables Robust Neural Coding and Perception of a Cue to Sound Source Location ... Slow Temporal Integration Enables Robust Neural Coding and Perception of a Cue to Sound Source Location ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/36/38/9908
*  Apple SVP Eddy Cue 'Vehemently' Disagrees With Perception That Apple's Innovation Has Slowed - iClarified
Apple SVP Eddy Cue vehemently disagrees that the company's innovation has slowed over the past ten years. ... Apple SVP Eddy Cue 'Vehemently' Disagrees With Perception That Apple's Innovation Has Slowed. .social_facebook{ position: ... There's a been perception that the pace of innovation and the pace at which Apple has come out with game-changing, breakthrough ... Eddy Cue also discusses the company's plans for Apple Pay in India, how it plans to expand in the country and the similarities ...
  http://www.iclarified.com/62945/apple-svp-eddy-cue-vehemently-disagrees-with-perception-that-apples-innovation-has-slowed
*  Perception of status: an evolutionary analysis of nonverbal status cues - Valerie E. Stone - Google Books
Berger black shirt cognitive cognitive psychology combination computational theory context convey cues of ignoring cues of ... gender genes Henley and Harmon's high status individuals higher in status human psychology ignoring and cues ignoring cues ... displays nonverbal dominance cues nonverbal status organisms perceived person seemed phenotype physical dominance cues ... question relaxed responding verbally scene seat sexual situation social someone species status and dominance status cues status ...
  https://books.google.com/books?id=zepEAQAAIAAJ&q=Prozesse&dq=related:LCCNsn85062081&lr=&source=gbs_similarbooks_r&hl=en
*  Relative weights of static and dynamic visual cues in the perception of body roll | JOV | ARVO Journals
MacNeilage, P. R. Levitan, C. A. Banks, M. S. (2006). Relative weights of static and dynamic visual cues in the perception of ... Paul R. MacNeilage, Carmel A. Levitan, Martin S. Banks; Relative weights of static and dynamic visual cues in the perception of ... Visual and non-visual cues, both static and dynamic, affect perception of body orientation relative to gravity. Prior research ... We used a cue-conflict paradigm to directly compare the influence of static orientation and dynamic rotation visual cues. ...
  http://jov.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2133119
*  Perception of talker cues and linguistic processing in SLI - Susannah Levi
Perception of talker cues and linguistic processing in SLI Levi, Susannah New York University, New York, NY, United States ... Perception of talker cues and linguistic processing in SLI. Levi, Susannah / New York University. $139,508. ... Perception of talker cues and linguistic processing in SLI. Levi, Susannah / New York University. $147,126. ... Perception of talker cues and linguistic processing in SLI. Levi, Susannah / New York University. $147,390. ...
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*  ERIC - Self-Perception of Therapeutic Gain as a Function of Situational Cues, Social Behavior and Personality, 1977
Authors hypothesized client's self-perception of improvement in therapy is partially a function of situational cues in contrast ... Authors hypothesized client's self-perception of improvement in therapy is partially a function of situational cues in contrast ... Undergraduate Ss (N=65) self-disclosed on a problem for 10 minutes and were then assigned to one of four "interpersonal cue" ... Descriptors: College Students, Counseling, Counselor Characteristics, Cues, Empathy, Improvement, Psychotherapy, Research ...
  https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ184630
*  Lecture 2.2 - (S) Vision: Monocular Cues for Depth Perception - Vision (Part 2), the Body, and Neural Signals | Coursera
Lecture 2.1 - (S) Vision: Binocular Cues for Depth Perception6:08. Lecture 2.2 - (S) Vision: Monocular Cues for Depth ... Lecture 2.2 - (S) Vision: Monocular Cues for Depth Perception. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider ... And we talked about a number of very powerful monocular cues, cues ... Now my favorite artist for perspective cues is M.C. Escher.. And once again pause the video and look really closely at this ...
  https://ru.coursera.org/learn/human-brain/lecture/ig6mN/lecture-2-2-s-vision-monocular-cues-for-depth-perception
*  Bimodal perception of visual and auditory cues of emotion from early childhood to early adulthood
... ... The purpose of this research was to investigate how perception of congruent and incongruent visual and auditory cues of emotion ... Nonverbal cues of emotion, such as facial and vocal expressions, have been identified as important cues in determining the ... The integrations that were provided by children in the age 4-6 age group were primarily related to the acoustic cues of the ...
  https://ubir.buffalo.edu/xmlui/handle/10477/43617
*  Modifying the multisensory perception of a carbonated beverage using auditory cues | IRIS Univ. Trento
... and the dominance of oral-somatosensory and nociceptive cues over auditory cues in the perception of carbonation of beverages ... and the dominance of oral-somatosensory and nociceptive cues over auditory cues in the perception of carbonation of beverages ... Our perception of the level of carbonation in a beverage often relies on the integration of a variety of multisensory cues from ... Our perception of the level of carbonation in a beverage often relies on the integration of a variety of multisensory cues from ...
  https://iris.unitn.it/handle/11572/23762
*  Phenology, seasonal timing and circannual rhythms: towards a unified framework | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal...
The perception of suitable cues will affect an animal's decision to initiate preparatory steps, and hence, affects phenology ( ... One can think of genetic variation in cue perception, transduction and integration. This genetic variation will lead to ... Regardless of whether genetic variation affects the perception or the transduction level, variation in the way cues are ' ... In other words, cues lose their predictive value. In extreme cases, the cues are not affected (birds relying on photoperiod in ...
  http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/365/1555/3113
*  Dopamine as a key to plasticity | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences
Upon the perception of fish cues, this GABAergic inhibition appears to be relieved and specific life-history parameters change ... The network consists of successive components: chemical perception of predator cues, changes in neuronal signalling in the ... Therefore, the precise molecular neurophysiology that explains predator cue perception and signal integration involving ... the perception of fish-specific cues involves GABAergic signals [10]. Moreover, the endocrine system (i.e. juvenile hormones [ ...
  http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/282/1816/20151440
*  DUJS 16W by Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science - issuu
Depth perception cues derived from moving objects are processed in this stream (2). A batter judging the distance of an ... The brain solves this problem by combining many visual cues for depth. As discussed, some of these cues, such as binocular ... and color cues such as those in this image. The dorsal stream relies more heavily on motion and other temporal cues to estimate ... Depth Perception: More Than Meets the Eye BY SAM GREYDANUS '17 Figure 1: The ventral stream of the visual cortex discriminates ...
  https://issuu.com/dartmouth_science/docs/16w_dujs_print_issue?e=0/34538453
*  Head Related Transfer Function and Virtual Auditory Display
1.4.4. Spectral Cue. 1.4.5. Discussion on Directional Localization Cues. 1.4.6. Auditory Distance Perception. 1.5. Head-Related ... Near-field HRTFs and Distance Perception Cues. 3.7. HRTFs and Other Issues Related to Binaural Hearing. 3.8. Summary. Chapter 4 ... Localization Cues for a Single Sound Source. 1.4.1. Interaural Time Difference. 1.4.2. Interaural Level Difference. 1.4.3. Cone ... 3.4.2. Torso-related Spectral Cues. 3.5. Spatial Symmetry in HRTFs. 3.5.1. Front-back Symmetry 3.5.2. Left-right Symmetry. 3.5. ...
  http://www.jrosspub.com/architecture/textbooks/head-related-transfer-function-and-virtual-auditory-display.html
*  Accommodation | ocular | Britannica.com
In space perception: Cues from the eye muscles. The ciliary effect is called accommodation (focusing the lens for near or far ...
  https://www.britannica.com/science/accommodation-ocular
*  Up Denali 3D - Wikipedia
"Depth Perception Cues (Psychology)". Retrieved December 20, 2014. Linear perspective describes the tendency of parallel lines ... Some of the scenes showed the ropes, adding an interesting additional 3D depth cue To save weight and space in the otherwise 75 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Up_Denali_3D
*  Evaluation of Quantified Social Perception Circuit Activity as a Neurobiological Marker of Autism Spectrum Disorder
... is marked by social disability and is associated with dysfunction in brain circuits supporting social cue perception. The ... Individual-level social perception circuit functioning was assessed as functional magnetic resonance imaging brain responses to ... A relative reduction in social perception circuit responses was identified in discovery cohort boys with ASD at an AUC of 0.75 ... Our findings highlight the need to better understand effects of sex on social perception processing in relation to ASD ...
  http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:950579
*  A person with normal color vision is referred to as a: trichromat. dichromat. bichromat. monochromat. The coiled, snail-like...
The depth perception cues that require the use of only one eye are called: ... d.retrieval cue. *. Imagine that you have studied for an exam in a quiet environment and your physiological arousal has been ... d.the key factor in classical conditioning is the perception of an association between the CS and the UCS.. ... b. sudden perception of a useful relationship that helps to solve a problem. ...
  https://www.coursehero.com/tutors-problems/Psychology/9383025-A-person-with-normal-color-vision-is-referred-to-as-a-a-trichromat/
*  Paper Submission : The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Human Factors, Perception, and Cueing. *Motion Systems. *Visual Systems and Image Generation ...
  https://www.aiaa.org/Secondary.aspx?id=14905
*  Selection by climate change on phenology | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences
In most cases, time lags are expected both between cue perception and trait expression, and between trait expression and the ... Denoting the rates of changes in the cue environments and and substituting in equation (2.1) and equation (2.3) gives. 2.7 ... 2011 Cues and the optimal timing of activities under environmental changes. Ecol. Lett. 14, 1183-1190. (doi:10.1111/j.1461- ... In our case, the slope of caterpillar phenology against the great tit's temperature cue (E1) is very similar to the observed ...
  http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/281/1793/20141611
*  Psychic staring effect - Wikipedia
Minimal cue perception of the regard of others: The feeling of being stared at. Journal of Parapsychology 47: 59-60. Susanne ... For example, false images of eye cues have shown to elicit prosocial behavior, primarily because when people are under the ( ... A study conducted by the University of Sydney's Vision Centre concluded that when test subjects are presented with limited cues ... to err on the side of caution since the consequences of not recognizing such a potential threat or important social cue would ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychic_staring_effect