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Aspirin intake and breast cancer survival – a nation-wide study using prospectively recorded data in Sweden

. Acknowledgment Karolinska Institutet, Distinguished Professor Award to Hans-Olov Adami (grant number Dnr: 2368/10-221). Karin E Smedby, Johan Askling and Henrik Olsson were supported by the Swedish Strategic

Influence of the cellulose substrate on the electrochemical properties of paper-based polypyrrole electrode materials

The influence of the cellulose substrate on the electrochemical performance of supercapacitor electrode materials made of polypyrrole (PPy) and cellulose is investigated. Composites were synthesized by chemical polymerization of pyrrole on dispersed fibers of cellulose from Cladophora algae and dispersed wood cellulose-based commercial filter papers, respectively, as well as on ...

Ways of probing situated concepts

ANA SOFIA MORAIS 0 HENRIK OLSSON 0 LAEL J. SCHOOLER 0 0 Max Planck Institute for Human Development , Berlin, Germany Two ways of eliciting conceptual content have been to instruct participants to

Adaptive changes between cue abstraction and exemplar memory in a multiple-cue judgment task with continuous cues

The majority of previous studies on multiple-cue judgment with continuous cues have involved comparisons between judgments and multiple linear regression models that integrated cues into a judgment. The authors present an experiment indicating that in a judgment task withadditive combination of multiple continuous cues, people indeed displayed abstract knowledge of the cue ...

Odor Emotionality Affects the Confidence in Odor Naming

Fredrik U. J onsson 0 Henrik Olsson 0 Mats J. Olsson 0 0 Department of Psychology, Uppsala University , Uppsala, Sweden Previous research has demonstrated that participants are overconfident in the

Underconfidence in sensory discrimination: The interaction between experimental setting and response strategies

In a recent issue of this journal, Baranski and Petrusic (1994) presented empirical data revealing overconfidence in sensory discrimination. In this paper, we propose an explanation of Baranski and Petrusic’s results, based on an idiosyncrasy in the experimental setting that misleads subjects who are using an unwarranted symmetry assumption. Experiment 1 showed that when this ...