Applied Psychology - Journal Articles

Applied Psychology - Journal Articles

 

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  • Levitan, Carmel A.; Ren, Jiana; Woods, Andy T.; Boesveldt, Sanne; Chan, Jason S.; McKenzie, Kirsten J.; Dodson, Michael; Levin, Jai; Leong, Christine X. R.; Van den Bosch, Jasper J. F. (Public Library of Science, PLoS, 2014-07-09)
    Colors and odors are associated; for instance, people typically match the smell of strawberries to the color pink or red. These associations are forms of crossmodal correspondences. Recently, there has been discussion about ...
  • Chan, Jason S.; Setti, Annalisa (Elsevier, 2011-01-22)
    Audition is accepted as more reliable (thus dominant) than vision when temporal discrimination is required by the task. However, it is not known whether the characteristics of the visual stimulus, for example its familiarity ...
  • Cassarino, Marica; Maisto, Marta; Esposito, Ylenia; Guerrero, Davide; Chan, Jason S.; Setti, Annalisa (Frontiers Media, 2019-02-11)
    Objectives: Attention Restoration Theory (ART) suggests that walking or being in natural settings, as opposed to urban environments, benefits cognitive skills because it is less demanding on attentional resources. However, ...
  • O'Driscoll, Michelle; Byrne, Stephen; Kelly, Maria; Lambert, Sharon; Sahm, Laura J. (American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 2018-01)
    Objective: The objective of this qualitative study was two-fold; to (a) determine pharmacy students’ experiences of stress as part of the current pharmacy degree, and (b) explore the potential of incorporating the principles ...
  • Dermody, Aoife; Gardner, Caroline; Davis, Sharon; Lambert, Sharon; Dermody, John; Fein, Marisa (The Probation Service, 2018-10)
    It was noted with some concern by service providers in Limerick that women presenting to homeless, probation and drug treatment services in Limerick city significantly exceeded the number attending similar services in other ...

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