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Only giving orders? An experimental study of the sense of agency when giving or receiving commands

behavioural data reported in this paper have been published on Open Science Framework (OSF±DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/478TJ) Formal analysis: Emilie A. Caspar. Funding acquisition: Axel Cleeremans, Patrick Haggard ... . Investigation: Emilie A. Caspar. Methodology: Emilie A. Caspar. Project administration: Emilie A. Caspar. Resources: Emilie A. Caspar. 21 / 24 Software: Emilie A. Caspar. Supervision: Axel Cleeremans, Patrick

Learning the value of information and reward over time when solving exploration-exploitation problems

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The Sense of Agency as Tracking Control

Does sense of agency (SoA) arise merely from action-outcome associations, or does an additional real-time process track each step along the chain? Tracking control predicts that deviant intermediate steps between action and outcome should reduce SoA. In two experiments, participants learned mappings between two finger actions and two tones. In later test blocks, actions triggered...

Assessing segmentation processes by click detection: online measure of statistical learning, or simple interference?

Statistical learning can be used to extract the words from continuous speech. Gómez, Bion, and Mehler (Language and Cognitive Processes, 26, 212–223, 2011) proposed an online measure of statistical learning: They superimposed auditory clicks on a continuous artificial speech stream made up of a random succession of trisyllabic nonwords. Participants were instructed to detect...

Impact of Acute Sleep Deprivation on Sarcasm Detection

There is growing evidence that sleep plays a pivotal role on health, cognition and emotional regulation. However, the interplay between sleep and social cognition remains an uncharted research area. In particular, little is known about the impact of sleep deprivation on sarcasm detection, an ability which, once altered, may hamper everyday social interactions. The aim of this...

The Validity of d′ Measures

Citation: Vermeiren A, Cleeremans A ( The Validity of d9 Measures Astrid Vermeiren 0 Axel Cleeremans 0 Sam Gilbert, University College London, United Kingdom 0 Consciousness, Cognition and ... representations is increased. Astrid Vermeiren is a Research Assistant with the F.R.S.-FNRS (Belgium). Axel Cleeremans is a Research Director with the same institution. Conceived and designed the experiments: AV AC

Higher order thoughts in action: consciousness as an unconscious re-description process

Bert Timmermans () Leonhard Schilbach Antoine Pasquali Axel Cleeremans Articles on similar topics can be found in the following collections Receive free email alerts when new articles cite this

Placebo-Suggestion Modulates Conflict Resolution in the Stroop Task

Here, we ask whether placebo-suggestion (without any form of hypnotic induction) can modulate the resolution of cognitive conflict. Naïve participants performed a Stroop Task while wearing an EEG cap described as a “brain wave” machine. In Experiment 1, participants were made to believe that the EEG cap would either enhance or decrease their color perception and performance on...

Behavioral Priming: It's All in the Mind, but Whose Mind?

Citation: Doyen S, Klein O, Pichon C-L, Cleeremans A ( Behavioral Priming: It's all in the Mind, but WW Ste phane Doyen 0 Olivier Klein 0 Cora-Lise Pichon 0 Axel Cleeremans 0 Jan Lauwereyns, Kyushu

Impulsive Action but Not Impulsive Choice Determines Problem Gambling Severity

Background Impulsivity is a hallmark of problem gambling. However, impulsivity is not a unitary construct and this study investigated the relationship between problem gambling severity and two facets of impulsivity: impulsive action (impaired ability to withhold a motor response) and impulsive choice (abnormal aversion for the delay of reward). Methods The recruitment includes 65...

Seeing without Seeing? Degraded Conscious Vision in a Blindsight Patient

Blindsight patients, whose primary visual cortex is lesioned, exhibit preserved ability to discriminate visual stimuli presented in their “blind” field, yet report no visual awareness hereof. Blindsight is generally studied in experimental investigations of single patients, as very few patients have been given this “diagnosis”. In our single case study of patient GR, we ask...

Change Blindness to Gradual Changes in Facial Expressions

Change blindness – our inability to detect changes in a stimulus – occurs even when the change takes place gradually, without disruption (Simons, Franconeri, & Reimer, 2000). Such gradual changes are more difficult to detect than changes that involve a disruption. In this experiment, we extend previous findings to the domain of facial expressions of emotions occurring in the...

Intuitive decision making in complex situations: Somatic markers in an artificial grammar learning task

In this article, we explore the extent to which implicit learning is subtended by somatic markers, as evidenced by skin conductance measures. On each trial, subjects were asked to decide which “word” from a pair of “words” was the “correct” one. Unknown to the subjects, each “word” of a pair was constructed using a different set of rules (Grammar Aand Grammar B). A (monetary...

Can sequence learning be implicit? New evidence with the process dissociation procedure

ARNAUD DESTREBECQZ AXEL CLEEREMANS Universit Libre de Bruxelles Brussels Belgium Can we learn without awareness? Although this issue has been extensively explored through studies of implicit

Graded State Machines: The Representation of Temporal Contingencies in Simple Recurrent Networks

DAVID SERVAN-SCHREIBER 0 AXEL CLEEREMANS 0 JAMES L. MCCLELLAND 0 0 School of Computer Science and Department of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University We explore a network architecture introduced by ... NIMH Individual Fellow Award MH-09696-01. Axel Cleeremans was supported by a grant from the National Fund for Scientific Research (Belgium). James L. McClelland was supported by an NIMH Research

Graded state machines: The representation of temporal contingencies in simple recurrent networks

DAVID SERVAN-SCHREIBER 0 AXEL CLEEREMANS 0 JAMES L. M C C L E L L A N D 0 0 School of Computer Science and Department of Psychology, CarnegieMellon University We explore a network architecture