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ThesisMarin, AndrewRandom events seen within our external environment, when repeated, tend to exhibit statistical regularity. Past research suggests both bottom-up and top-down mechanisms are involved in the documented relation between spatial attention and emotion. Res . . .
Masters ThesisMatlock, Kevin IICasasanto and Boroditsky (2008) report that spatial information influences the way we perceive time. The present study aimed to replicate this finding using an abbreviated version of their experimental design. Seventy-five lines of various lengths wer . . .