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Limits on Introspection: Distorted Subjective Time During the Dual-Task Bottleneck
(Association for Psychological Science, 2008-12)
Which cognitive processes are accessible to conscious report? To study the limits of conscious reportability, we designed a novel method of quantified introspection, in which subjects were asked, after each trial of a ...
Introspective access to implicit shifts of attention
Literature in metacognition has systematically rejected the possibility of introspective access to complex cognitive processes. This situation derives from the difficulty of experimentally manipulating cognitive processes ...
Self-Knowledge in the Alcibiades I, the Apology of Socrates, and the Theaetetus : the limits of the First-Person and Third-Person perspectives.
Knowledge of oneself is not easy to attain. Plato was aware of this and in this paper we aim to show that he suspected then, like psychologists know now, that one’s introspective capacity to attain knowledge of oneself is ...
PERCEPTION, INTROSPECTIVE INDISCRIMINABILITY AND THE COMMON FACTOR PRINCIPLE
(UNIVERSIDADE DO VALE DO RIO DOS SINOS, 2011)
Funsión de condensación simbólica pura del estribillo en Federico García Lorca
(Escuela de Literatura y Ciencias del Lenguaje, 2013)
Crear vínculos, mirar con el corazón
(Escuela de Literatura y Ciencias del Lenguaje, 2012)
The Problem of Reality in Psychology: Revisiting the Reality Concept in Oswald Külpe
In this work, I discuss the concept of reality developed by Oswald Külpe and the tensions that he demonstrates in the context of current psychological research. The relevance of the author for the origin of psychology and ...
Delays without mistakes: Response time and error distributions in dual-task
(Public Library of Science, 2008-09)
Background: When two tasks are presented within a short interval, a delay in the execution of the second task has been systematically observed. Psychological theorizing has argued that while sensory and motor operations ...