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  1. Perceived lack of control promotes creativity
  2. SMARTER: an IoT learning game to teach math
  3. End-User Programming and Math Teachers: an Initial Study
  4. Developmental Dyslexia, Reading Acquisition, and Statistical Learning: A Sceptic’s Guide
  5. Developmental dyslexia, reading acquisition, and statistical learning: A skeptic’s guide
  6. Brief tests for dementia and the expertise of the examiner
  8. Registered Replication Report of the Attentional SNARC effect: Failure to Replicate
  9. Spatial vs. Linguistic coding of object typical size and semantic category in children
  10. Conceptual spatial compatibility effects are accounted for by symbolic compatibility principles
  11. Left-right asymmetries affect the validity of all forms of the Judgement of Line Orientation Test
  12. Feature Integration theory (FIT) and loss of conscious perception after brain damage.
  13. Division-of-labour can reduce interference in Stroop-like tasks
  14. Single-pulse TMS shows automatic motor activation and inhibition and their sequential modulation
  15. Is cognitive control automatic? New insights from transcranial magnetic stimulation
  16. Distinguishing Target From Distractor in Stroop, Picture–Word, and Word–Word Interference Tasks
  17. Role of stimulus and response feature overlap in between-task logical recoding
  18. Theories of bilingual advantage in executive functioning are too vague and thus difficult to falsify
  19. The Connection Is in the Data
  20. Semantic effects in the word–word interference task: a comment on Roelofs, Piai, and Schriefers (2013)
  21. Spatial coding of object typical size: evidence for a SNARC-like effect
  22. Cognitive Advantage in Bilingualism
  23. The role of the sound of objects in object identification: evidence from picture naming
  24. Larger, smaller, odd or even? Task-specific effects of optokinetic stimulation on the mental number space
  25. Task sharing can change the fate of task irrelevant information: Evidence from the joint Picture-Word interference paradigm
  26. When co-action eliminates the Simon effect: disentangling the impact of co-actor's presence and task sharing on joint-task performance
  27. Dissociation between Awareness and Spatial Coding: Evidence from Unilateral Neglect
  28. Evidence for a Stimulus Size-Response Position Correspondence Effect
  29. Neglect Impairs Explicit Processing of the Mental Number Line
  30. Up & Down or Plus & Minus? A Polarity Explanation for Verticality Effects in Word Categorization
  31. When the Joint Picture-Word Task Eliminates the Semantic Interference Effect
  32. How to cook a SNARC? Space may be the critical ingredient, after all: A comment on Fischer, Mills, and Shaki (2010)
  33. When task sharing eliminates the Simon effect
  34. Spatial coding of object size: Evidence for a stimulus size-response position correspondence effect
  35. The need for a revised version of the Benton judgment of line orientation test
  36. Influence on Simon and SNARC effects of a nonspatial stimulus-response mapping: Between-task logical recoding.
  37. Social and spatial factors underlying the interactive Simon effect
  38. Flanker and Simon effects interact at the response selection stage
  39. Spatial negative priming in bilingualism
  40. Spatial coding of word-initial letters: Evidence from a Simon-like task
  41. Sun Up, Mole Down: Object Semantic Representations Specify Object-Typical Positions. Evidence From a Simon-Like Paradigm
  42. The measurement of left—right asymmetries in the Simon effect: A fine-grained analysis
  43. Simon effect with and without awareness of the accessory stimulus.
  44. Is judgement of line orientation selectively impaired in right brain damaged patients?