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Nina Verma, Robert C. Eklund, Calum A. Arthur, Timothy C. Howle and Ann-Marie Gibson

–avoidance paradigm ( Elliot, 2008 ) and agency–communion principles ( Bakan, 1966 ). Conceptualization of self-presentation motives based on approach notions have been termed acquisitive motives (a desire to present oneself in a way to gain social approval) and avoidance notions have been termed protective

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Amber M. Leiker, Anupriya Pathania, Matthew W. Miller and Keith R. Lohse

increased learning in other paradigms ( Hooyman et al., 2014 ; Post et al., 2016 ). Replicating those paradigms while collecting EEG data may provide insight into the physiological basis of those effects. sEBR was positively related to aesthetics and negatively related to pressure/tension. Resting sEBR is

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Swati M. Surkar, Rashelle M. Hoffman, Brenda Davies, Regina Harbourne and Max J. Kurz

prehensile task that involve higher order planning. Previous studies have mostly assessed the less affected arm in planning paradigms. Assessment of the affected arm will help in understanding if the motor deficits of the affected arm adversely impact the planning process. The sequence of the task consisted

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Anthony G. Delli Paoli, Alan L. Smith and Matthew B. Pontifex

sedentary and walking activities ( Pontifex, Parks, Henning, & Kamijo, 2015 ). As a manipulation check, HR was recorded at 2-min intervals throughout each activity. Feedback For the social exclusion manipulation, four participants engaged in a group meeting adapted from the get-acquainted paradigm ( Nezlek

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Stefanie Klatt and Nicholas J. Smeeton

, the effects of temporal shift should be considered as a potential avenue for future research. It seems possible that less importance was attached to the auditory stimulus in our paradigm because it was always presented after the visual stimulus. This methodological approach has been chosen in the

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Blai Ferrer-Uris, Albert Busquets and Rosa Angulo-Barroso

the adaptation set. One of the principal differences between Mang’s study and ours is the motor-task paradigm utilized. It is known that different task paradigms (e.g., motor sequence learning vs. motor adaptation) engage different brain areas during learning ( Doyon, Penhune, & Ungerleider, 2003

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Leisha Strachan, Tara-Leigh McHugh and Courtney Mason

( 2009 ) comments that “In an effort to ensure credible research, considerable effort and thought have been invested into standardizing research methods and analysis” (p. 133). The author continues by stating that within an Indigenous research paradigm, responsibility for the analysis should lie with the

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Guilherme M. Cesar, Rebecca Lewthwaite and Susan M. Sigward

performance. Interpretation of our results is limited to the experimental paradigm and population (pre-pubertal boys). It is not known how changes in body mass and physical capabilities seen with the onset of puberty, particularly in boys ( Mauras, 2001 ; Visser, 1973 ), would affect performance of our task

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Khaya Morris-Binelli, Sean Müller and Peter Fadde

striking sports. The expert-novice paradigm, where groups of experts and novices are compared, is a predominant experimental design used to investigate differences in visual anticipation skill across extremes of the skill continuum (e.g.,  Abernethy & Zawi, 2007 ; Jones & Miles, 1978 ). Likewise, video

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Weiyang Deng, Douglas L. Vanderbilt and Beth A. Smith

infants born full-term and preterm during learning and short-term and long-term memory periods of the mobile paradigm . Physical Therapy, 85 ( 1 ), 8 – 18 . PubMed ID: 15623358 Jeng , S.F. , Chen , L.C. , Tsou , K.I. , Chen , W.J. , & Luo , H.J. ( 2004 ). Relationship between spontaneous