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WOEXT: 7
Classifying visually presented nouns. Deciding whether visually presented concrete nouns symbolized living or nonliving objects and rehearsing the decision subvocally versus viewing a isoluminant screen. WOEXP: 345.
Static verb sentences versus meaningless sentences. Hearing static verb sentences and button press response versus hearing meaningless sentences. WOEXP: 536.
Static verb sentences versus motion verb sentences. Hearing static verb sentences and button press response versus hearing motion verb sentences. WOEXP: 537.
WOEXT: 15
Drinking of preferred water or juice. Drinking of the preferred one of either juice or water versus drinking the unpreferred. WOEXP: 332.
WOEXT: 16
Smelling. Smelling birhinally to eight different odorants versus smelling to odourless cotton wand. WOEXP: 487.
WOEXT: 17
Decrease during imperceptible electric finger stimulation. Left index finger 7Hz electric pulse subliminal stimulation versus no stimulation. WOEXP: 278.
WOEXT: 18
Dynamic complex visual scene. Passive viewing and hearing of a movie (James Bond, Tomorrow never dies) with changes from color to black and white every 30 seconds and interrupted every 2.5 or 3 minutes with a blank period. Areas with high loadings in an independent component analysis.. WOEXP: 174.
Visuospatial 0-back, pooled data. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot versus rest. WOEXP: 350.
Visuospatial stimulus, pooled data. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes versus rest. WOEXP: 351.
Visuospatial stimulus, Boston site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes versus resting. WOEXP: 360.
Visuospatial stimulus, Pittsburgh site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes versus resting. WOEXP: 361.
Vision. Vision by viewing a Mondrian-like images with a collage of colored or gray squares and rectangles of different shapes versus eyes closed. WOEXP: 428.
WOEXT: 23
Face visual object. Visual objects: Faces versus building. WOEXP: 11.
Photographs of faces versus houses and chairs. Conjunction between passive viewing and delayed match-to sample of gray-scale photographs versus scrambled pictures and faces versus houses and chairs, with matching choice indicated by pressing a button with the right of left thumb. WOEXP: 91.
Front-face. Line drawings of front face versus line drawings of tumblers. WOEXP: 123.
Face viewing. Viewing familiar and unfamiliar faces with right index finger button presses for indication of interrupting checkerboard patterns versus listening familiar and unfamiliar voices also with button pressing. WOEXP: 198.
Face perception during free viewing. Subjective experience of face perception during free viewing of a James Bond movie. WOEXP: 382.
WOEXT: 24
Memory retrieval. Memory retrieval of temporal, nontemporal, person relevant and irrelevant memories by listening to statements and responding with key press versus listening sets of words and pressing a button depending on number of syllables in last word. WOEXP: 243.
Memory retrieval of words. Memory retrieval of visual presented words that were previously seen versus "memory retrieval" of not previously presented words. WOEXP: 251.
Practiced word recall versus rest. Speak load words recalled from a list of 15 words practiced one week before versus rest. WOEXP: 271.
Novel word recall versus rest. Speak load words recalled from a list of 15 words heard only one time just prior to recall versus rest. WOEXP: 273.
Novel word recall versus practiced word recall. Speak load words recalled from a list of 15 words heard only one time just prior to recall versus speak words aloud from a list of practiced words. WOEXP: 275.
Practiced word recall versus novel word recall. Speak load words recalled from a list of 15 words practiced one week before versus speak words aloud from a list of words heard just prior to recall. WOEXP: 276.
Memory retrieval. Memory retrieval of visually presented barcodes retained in 4, 6 or 8 seconds in a delayed non-matching-to-sample task where the non-target is selected by pressing one of three buttons. WOEXP: 433.
WOEXT: 27
Sexual arousal - male. Sexual arousal by viewing erotic film excerpts. WOEXP: 9.
Sexual arousal - female. Sexual arousal by viewing erotic film excerpts. WOEXP: 10.
WOEXT: 29
Word identification. Read visually presented words aloud versus fixation. WOEXP: 116.
Word recognition. Respond with "old" or "new" if visually presented words had been presented earlier versus fixation. WOEXP: 118.
WOEXT: 33
Skill learning: Early mirror-reading versus late mirror-reading. Lexical decision task determining word or non-word on visually presented either plain text or mirror-reversed text. WOEXP: 45.
Item specific learning. Lexical decision task determining word or non-word on visually presented either plain text or mirror-reversed text. WOEXP: 46.
WOEXT: 37
Successful navigation. Successful navigation in a complex virtual scene versus following a trail of arrows in a complex virtual scene. WOEXP: 126.
Successful navigation versus lost trials. Successful navigation in a complex virtual scene where the destination was reached versus unsuccessful navigation in a complex virtual scene. WOEXP: 127.
Correlation with navigation accuracy . Correlation with a measure of accuracy during navigation to a destination in a complex virtual town. WOEXP: 128.
London taxi drivers. Gray matter volume in London taxi drivers with extensive navigation experience versus controls. WOEXP: 196.
WOEXT: 40
Painful stimulation of the left hand. Painful stimulation of the left hand by laser. WOEXP: 34.
Painful stimulation of the left foot. Painful stimulation of the left foot by laser. WOEXP: 35.
WOEXT: 41
Cold pain. 5 degree Celsius noxious thermal stimuli with a 3x3cm peltier thermode to the dorsum of the left hand versus 35 degrees stimuli. WOEXP: 182.
Cold pain in left hand. Left hand immersed in cold circulating water with a temperature of 0-0.5 degrees Celsius while either fixating or engaged in a externally driven perceptual maze task versus immersion in 19 degrees Celsius water and fixating or performing the maze task. WOEXP: 184.
Cold pain in right hand. 5 degrees cold pain on the palmar surface of the right hand versus normal 34 degrees. WOEXP: 213.
Cold pain on right foot. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot versus rest with attention to the sound of the machine. WOEXP: 263.
Cold pain on right foot masked by silent word reading. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot with an and mask from silent word reading versus rest with attention to the sound of the machine. WOEXP: 264.
Silent word reading while cold pain on right foot. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot and silent word reading versus rest with attention to the sound of the machine. WOEXP: 265.
Cold pain versus cold pain with silent word reading. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot versus cold pain distracted by silent word. WOEXP: 266.
Cold pain on left arm. 6 degrees heat pain stimuli by immersion of the left hand in water to the wrist versus 20 degrees stimuli. WOEXP: 320.
WOEXT: 46
Male phonological processing. Detemination by men whether two visually presented nonsense words rhymed or not with response by pressing a bulb versus letter case judgement. WOEXP: 516.
Female phonological processing. Detemination by women whether two visually presented nonsense words rhymed or not with response by pressing a bulb versus letter case judgement. WOEXP: 517.
Rhyme judgment. Judgment whether a pair of visually presented pseudowords did or did not rhyme versus judgment of visually presented consonant strings were or were not printed in identical lettercase. WOEXP: 522.
Rhyme judgement and nonlinear ('convex') response in rapid auditory processing. Conjunction between rhyme judgment of visually presented words pairs and nonlinear (reverse U-shaped) response as a function of compression/presentation speed of auditorily presented sentences that were to be determine semantically true with button press. WOEXP: 526.
Rhyme judgement and linear increase response in rapid auditory processing. Conjunction between rhyme judgment of visually presented words pairs and linear increase response as a function of compression/presentation speed of auditorily presented sentences that were to be determine semantically true with button press. WOEXP: 527.
WOEXT: 49
Nonautobiographical episodic memory versus autobiographical. Listening to sentences that contained third-person autobiographical episodic infomation versus listening to first-person autobiographical sentences. WOEXP: 212.
WOEXT: 53
Obsessive compulsive disorder, positive correlation. Positive correlation with obsessive compulsive disorder symptom intensities while contaminants placed in folded hands. WOEXP: 323.
WOEXT: 55
Micturition. Micturition after the bladder had been filled to the normal desire to void. WOEXP: 50.
WOEXT: 56
Saccade versus central contrast. Saccadic eye movement versus central contrast. WOEXP: 7.
WOEXT: 57
Self-generated saccades. Voluntary self-generated large-amplitude horizontal saccades with eyes open versus resting state with eyes closed. WOEXP: 1.
WOEXT: 58
Religious recitation versus rest. Religious recitation of a biblical text with eyes closed in religious subjects versus rest with eyes closed. WOEXP: 406.
Religious recitation versus non-religious recitation. Religious recitation of a biblical text with eyes closed in religious subjects versus recitation of a non-religious text (instructions). WOEXP: 407.
Religious recitation versus non-religious recitation. Religious recitation of a biblical text with eyes closed in religious subjects versus recitation of a non-religious text (instructions). WOEXP: 408.
WOEXT: 63
Language perception during free viewing. Subjective experience of language perception during free viewing and hearing of a James Bond movie. WOEXP: 383.
WOEXT: 69
Hot pain. 46 degree Celsius noxious thermal stimuli with a 3x3cm peltier thermode to the dorsum of the left hand versus 35 degrees stimuli. WOEXP: 183.
Attended heat pain on right hand. 46 to 49 degrees Celsius hot stimuli on the thenar eminence of the right hand using a peltier thermode versus 40 degrees warm stimuli. WOEXP: 186.
Distracted heat pain on right hand. 46 to 49 degrees Celsius hot stimuli on the thenar eminence of the right hand using a peltier thermode distracted by a visual motion task with silent counting of the number of partial coherent visual motion blocks versus distract 40 degrees warm stimuli. WOEXP: 187.
Attended heat pain on left hand. 46 to 49 degrees Celsius hot stimuli on the thenar eminence of the left hand using a peltier thermode versus 40 degrees warm stimuli. WOEXP: 188.
Distracted heat pain on left hand. 46 to 49 degrees Celsius hot stimuli on the thenar eminence of the left hand using a peltier thermode distracted by a visual motion task with silent counting of the number of partial coherent visual motion blocks versus distract 40 degrees warm stimuli. WOEXP: 189.
Hot pain in right hand. 47 degrees hot pain on the palmar surface of the right hand versus normal 34 degrees. WOEXP: 217.
Hot pain on left hand (group 1). 46 degrees hot pain to the dorsum of the left hand versus 35 degree stimuli. WOEXP: 225.
Hot pain on left hand (group 2). 46 degrees hot pain to the dorsum of the left hand versus 35 degree stimuli. WOEXP: 227.
Painful heat on right fingers. Alternating Painful hot stimulus 1-2 degrees over pain threshold on the glabrous surfaces of the right fingers versus 41 degrees warm stimulus. Alternation by subject movement to a verbal cue. WOEXP: 230.
Hot pain on right hand in rest, mental imagery and hypnosis. Hot pain (typically 47 degrees) on the thenar surface of the right hand versus 35 degrees stimuli. During rest, mental imagery and hypnosis. WOEXP: 233.
Hot pain on right hand in rest and mental imagery. Hot pain (typically 47 degrees) on the thenar surface of the right hand versus 35 degrees stimuli. During rest and mental imagery. WOEXP: 234.
Hot pain on right hand during hypnosis. Hot pain (typically 47 degrees) on the thenar surface of the right hand versus 35 degrees stimuli. During hypnosis. WOEXP: 235.
Interaction between hypnosis and hot pain on right hand. Interaction between hypnosis and hot pain (typically 47 degrees) on the thenar surface of the right hand versus 35 degrees stimuli and rest and mental imagery. WOEXP: 237.
Correlated with pain ratings in hot pain on right hand in rest, mental imagery and hypnosis. Increases due to pain rating in hot pain (typically 47 degrees) on the thenar surface of the right hand versus 35 degrees stimuli. During rest, mental imagery and hypnosis. WOEXP: 238.
Interaction between hypnosis and pain ratings in hot pain on right hand.. Interaction between hypnosis and increases due to pain rating in hot pain (typically 47 degrees) on the thenar surface of the right hand. WOEXP: 240.
Heat pain on right arm. Hot pain 1 degree over pain threshold on right volar forearm versus warm stimuli 1 degree below pain threshold. WOEXP: 245.
Positive correlation with pain threshold. . WOEXP: 246.
Correlation with pain intensity. Correlation with subjective ratings of pain intensity with hot pain right volar forearm. WOEXP: 248.
Correlation with pain unpleasantness. Correlation with subjective ratings of unpleasantness with hot pain right volar forearm. WOEXP: 249.
Heat pain on left hand. Heat pain on dorsal surface of the left hand with and without a Stroop task versus warm. WOEXP: 312.
Heat pain on left volar forearm. 47-48 degrees Celsius hot pain on the volar forearm with fentanyl or placebo versus 40 degrees hot stimulus. WOEXP: 314.
Heat pain on left arm. 50 degrees heat pain stimuli on six separate sites on the left volar forearm versus 40 degrees stimuli. WOEXP: 319.
Heat pain. 48 to 49 degrees heat pain on the right volar forearm versus 41 to 42 warm stimulus. WOEXP: 346.
Heat pain in left forearm versus thermal stimulus. 47-48 degrees painful heat on ventral surface of left forearm versus 34 degrees stimulus. WOEXP: 362.
Decreases in heat pain in left forearm. 34 degrees stimulus on ventral surface of left forearm versus painful heat stimulus. WOEXP: 363.
Heat pain in left forearm versus vibration. 47-48 degrees painful heat on ventral surface of left forearm versus 100 Hz vibration stimulus. WOEXP: 366.
Heat pain - male. 50 degrees heat pain on the left forearm of males versus 40 degrees stimulus. WOEXP: 367.
Heat pain - female. 50 degrees heat pain on the left forearm of females versus 40 degrees stimulus. WOEXP: 368.
Hot pain in 1 second for N550 component. Dipole source for the N550 event-related potential component associated with hot pain during 1 second. WOEXP: 420.
Hot pain in 2 second for N550 component. Dipole source for the N550 event-related potential component associated with hot pain during 2 seconds. WOEXP: 421.
Hot pain in 1 second for P750 component. Dipole source for the P750 event-related potential component associated with hot pain during 1 seconds. WOEXP: 422.
Hot pain in 2 second for P750 component. Dipole source for the P750 event-related potential component associated with hot pain during 2 seconds. WOEXP: 423.
WOEXT: 72
Harm avoidance and D2 5HT2A negative correlation. Negative correlation between harm avoidance assess with Cloninger's Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire and FESP binding to dopamine D2 and serotonin 5HT2A receptors. WOEXP: 493.
WOEXT: 73
Novelty seeking. Positive correlation with novelty seeking as assessed with the Japanese version of the Cloninger's Temperament and Character Inventory. WOEXP: 457.
Novelty seeking and FLB457 binding negative correlation. Negative correlation between FLB 457 binding the the dopamine D2 receptor and Novelty seeking as access with the Cloninger's Temperament and Character Inventory. WOEXP: 492.
WOEXT: 84
Practiced word recall versus rest. Speak load words recalled from a list of 15 words practiced one week before versus rest. WOEXP: 271.
Novel word recall versus rest. Speak load words recalled from a list of 15 words heard only one time just prior to recall versus rest. WOEXP: 273.
WOEXT: 88
Passive right middle finger movement. Passive repetitive flexion-extension movement of the right middle finger at the metacarpophalangeal joint every 0.5 second by a servo-motor accompanied by a beep versus rest with listening to beeps. WOEXP: 269.
WOEXT: 100
Various visual motion stimuli. Various first and second order motion stimuli versus stationary visual stimuli. WOEXP: 175.
WOEXT: 101
Biological visual motion. Biological motion of dots versus scrambled motion of dots. WOEXP: 111.
WOEXT: 102
Kinetic boundaries. Visual motion of dots with boundaries versus coherent visual motion of dots. WOEXP: 113.
WOEXT: 103
Moving dots versus stationary dots. 250 white dots moved radially from the fixation point in the middle of the screen in random directions towards the border of the screen. WOEXP: 76.
Attention to moving dots by detecting changes versus no attention to moving dots. 250 white dots moved radially from the fixation point in the middle of the screen in random directions towards the border of the screen. WOEXP: 77.
Coherent visual motion. Coherent visual motion of dots versus static display of dots. WOEXP: 112.
Visual motion. Visual motion by viewing 100 small moving black squares versus stationary dots. WOEXP: 430.
WOEXT: 108
Meditation with bodily sensation versus resting. Yoga Nidra: verbal guidance to the experience of the weight of individual body parts. WOEXP: 67.
Meditation with abstract sense of joy versus resting. Yoga Nidra: Verbal guidance to the experience of joy and happiness in abstract form. WOEXP: 68.
Meditation with visual imagery of landscape versus resting. Yoga Nidra: verbal guidance to the visual guidance of a summer landscape with forests, streams, and meadows with cattle. WOEXP: 69.
Meditation with symbolic representation of the self versus resting. Yoga Nidra: Verbal guidance to the abstract perception of the self: symbolized with a golden egg. WOEXP: 70.
Meditation versus resting. Yoga Nidra: Combined meditative stages. WOEXP: 71.
WOEXT: 109
Time-context-specific recall. Time-context-specific cued recall of words from auditorily presented syllables versus word completion from syllable. WOEXP: 109.
Nonautobiographical episodic memory retrieval. Listening to sentences that contained episodic information from an third-person autobiography versus eyes closed. WOEXP: 207.
Visual emotional word retrieval. Retrieval of pleasant and unpleasant words with indication with right hand button press versus fixation and encoding. WOEXP: 331.
Episodic memory retrieval versus semantic. Episodic memory retrieval by judging visually sentences with a yes/no response using right fingers versus semantic knowledge retrieval. WOEXP: 374.
Episodic memory retrieval versus evaluative judgment. Episodic retrieval from visually sentences with a yes/no response using right fingers versus evaluative judgment. WOEXP: 379.
WOEXT: 111
Time-context-specific recall. Time-context-specific cued recall of words from auditorily presented syllables versus word completion from syllable. WOEXP: 109.
Memory retrieval with personal relevance and temporal specificity. Interaction between memory retrieval of temporal specificity and person relevance versus nontemporal and nonpersonal memory retrieval and sets of word listening. WOEXP: 244.
WOEXT: 117
Person-context-specific recall. Person-context-specific cued recall of words from auditorily presented syllables versus word completion from syllable. WOEXP: 110.
WOEXT: 119
Categorization of artefacts. Categorization of visually presented artefacts versus categorization of natural objects, naming of artefacts and pattern discrimination. WOEXP: 114.
WOEXT: 125
Categorization of natural and artefacts. Decision whether a picture belonged to natural or artefact category. WOEXP: 3.
WOEXT: 126
Buildings visual objects. Visual object stimuli: Building versus faces. WOEXP: 12.
Recognizable visual objects. Recognizable visual objects versus unrecognizable. WOEXP: 15.
WOEXT: 130
Categorization of artefacts. Categorization of visually presented artefacts versus categorization of natural objects, naming of artefacts and pattern discrimination. WOEXP: 114.
WOEXT: 133
Fixation versus word identification. Fixation on a central cross on the screen versus reading aloud of visually presented words. WOEXP: 117.
Fixation versus word recognition. Fixation on a central cross on the screen versus responding to visually presented words. WOEXP: 119.
WOEXT: 134
Word recognition. Respond with "old" or "new" if visually presented words had been presented earlier versus fixation. WOEXP: 118.
Word recognition versus word identification. Responding to visually presented words that either have been presented before or not versus read visually presented words aloud. WOEXP: 120.
WOEXT: 138
Degraded versus undegraded words. Read visually degraded words versus reading undegraded words. WOEXP: 122.
WOEXT: 139
Feign digit memory impairment. Feigning memory impairment in digit memory versus accurate recall. WOEXP: 124.
Feign autobiographical memory impairment. Feigning memory impairment in autobiographical memory versus accurate recall. WOEXP: 125.
WOEXT: 140
Feign digit memory impairment. Feigning memory impairment in digit memory versus accurate recall. WOEXP: 124.
Feign autobiographical memory impairment. Feigning memory impairment in autobiographical memory versus accurate recall. WOEXP: 125.
WOEXT: 148
Strategy switching in the presence of obstacles. Successful detour navigation in a complex virtual town versus successful direct navigation. WOEXP: 129.
WOEXT: 151
Navigation and movement in a virtual town. Navigation and movement in a virtual town versus static scenes. WOEXP: 130.
Correlation with speed during navigation and movement. Correlation with speed of virtual movement in navigation and movement in a virtual town. WOEXP: 131.
WOEXT: 152
Pleasant words. Silent judgement of auditorily presented pleasant arousing words versus matched neutral words. WOEXP: 133.
Activation in amusement film viewing versus neutral film viewing. Passive viewing of 2.5 minute emotional film clips. WOEXP: 279.
Activation in amusement film viewing versus sadness film viewing. Passive viewing of 2.5 minute emotional film clips. WOEXP: 281.
Pleasant emotion. Viewing of pleasant pictures, such as erotica, babies, sports events versus viewing neural pictures, such as inanimate objects, people with neutral facial expressions and complex visual stimuli. WOEXP: 294.
WOEXT: 153
Unpleasant words. Silent judgement of auditorily presented unpleasant arousing words versus matched neutral words. WOEXP: 132.
Unpleasant emotion. Viewing of unpleasant pictures, such as frightening animals, mutilated bodies, human violence versus viewing neural pictures, such as inanimate objects, people with neutral facial expressions and complex visual stimuli. WOEXP: 295.
WOEXT: 154
Response competition. Visual presentation of three colored circles with response by pressing of either of two buttons determined by the color of the center circle. Incongruent trials with flanking circles indicating a competing response versus congruent trials with flanking circles indicating the same response as the center circle. WOEXP: 134.
WOEXT: 160
Newly learned personal names versus newly learned occupation. Retrieval and whispering of newly learned personal names from presented photographs of faces and previously memorized association between face and name. WOEXP: 135.
Names of famous people versus occupation of famous people. Retrieval and whispering of personal names of famous people from presented photographs of faces. WOEXP: 136.
Names versus occupation. Retrieval and whispering of names from presented photographs of faces. Conjunction between newly learned face and famous face. WOEXP: 137.
WOEXT: 166
Newly learned personal names versus names of famous people. Retrieval and whispering of newly learned personal names from presented photographs of faces and previously memorized association between face and name. WOEXP: 138.
Newly learned occupation or names of people versus occupation or name of famous people. Retrieval and whispering of newly learned occupation and names of unfamilar people from presented photographs of faces and previously memorized association between face and name. Conjunction between occupation and names. WOEXP: 140.
WOEXT: 168
Voice versus non-vocal sounds. Voices, including speech such as isolated words, connected speech in several languages and non-speech such as laughs, sighs and coughs versus non-vocal sounds including animal cries, mechanical sounds. WOEXP: 141.
Vocal stimuli versus bells, human non-vocal sounds, enveloped white noise and scrampled voices. Voices, including speech such as isolated words, connected speech in several languages and non-speech such as laughs, sighs and coughs versus non-vocal sounds including various bells, human non-vocal sounds (e.g., finger snaps and hand claps), white noise modulated with the amplitude envelope of vocal sounds, and scrampled voices. WOEXP: 142.
Frequency-filtered vocal versus non-vocal. Vocal versus non-vocal sounds. Sounds were either in their original form or frequency-filtered with a band-pass filter. WOEXP: 143.
Listening to voices. Listening to familiar and unfamiliar voices with right index finger button presses for indication of interrupting checkerboard patterns versus viewing familiar and unfamiliar faces also with button pressing. WOEXP: 199.
WOEXT: 170
Finger movement imitation. Imitation of finger movement with the right hand from a sequence of pictures showing an animated left hand with random lifting of the index or middle finger versus the performance of the same movement based on cue from a sequence of images with symbolic indication of which finger to lift. WOEXP: 147.
WOEXT: 172
Symbolic finger configuration imitation versus rest. Imitation of right hand finger configuration from pictures of symbolic finger configurations such as "OK", "scissors" versus fixation. WOEXP: 145.
WOEXT: 173
Non-symbolic finger configuration imitation versus rest. Imitation of right hand finger configuration from pictures of meaningless finger configurations versus fixation. WOEXP: 144.
Non-symbolic finger configuration imitation versus symbolic finger configuration imitation. Imitation of right hand finger configuration from pictures of non-symbolic finger configurations versus imitation of symbolic finger configurations such as "OK", "scissors". WOEXP: 146.
WOEXT: 176
Cursor movement with joystick. Movement of a cursor controlled with right hand through a joystick from the center of the screen to one of eight positions arranged radially and further to a new position at the same angle but further away from the center. WOEXP: 148.
Immediate pointing versus fixation. Movement of a stylus with the right hand for the movement of a screen cursor from a central fixation point to an immediate target in the periphery versus passive fixation. WOEXP: 573.
WOEXT: 177
Visual pursuit tracking. Visual pursuit tracking eye movement by following a white spot on a screen moving sinusoidal along the horizontal meridian versus central fixation. WOEXP: 149.
WOEXT: 180
Visually guided saccades. Visually guided saccadic eye movements by following an white spot on a screen unpredictably right and left jumping along the horizontal meridian versus central fixation. WOEXP: 150.
Saccades. Reflexive saccades to a peripheral visual stimuli with return to center versus central fixation with no peripheral distraction. WOEXP: 418.
WOEXT: 182
Deductive reasoning versus probabilistic. Deductive reasoning based on reading three sentence on a screen, two premises and one conclusion, and determining the truth value. WOEXP: 151.
WOEXT: 183
Probabilistic reasoning versus deductive. Probabilistic reasoning based on reading three sentence on a screen, two premises and one conclusion, and judging the truth value. WOEXP: 152.
WOEXT: 185
Left handgrip before anesthesia. 1Hz Rythmic left handgrip. WOEXP: 47.
Right handgrip before anesthesia. 1Hz Rythmic right handgrip. WOEXP: 48.
Left handgrip due to anesthesia. 1Hz Rythmic left handgrip. WOEXP: 49.
Right hand grasping. Pick up a small cylinder with the thumb and index finger of the right hand and transfer it to an other area on a visible magnetic black board with beep sounds as movement cues versus holding a pair of tongs while visually fixating. WOEXP: 153.
Left hand grasping. Pick up a small cylinder with the thumb and index finger of the left hand and transfer it to an other area on a visible magnetic black board with beep sounds as movement cues versus holding a pair of tongs while visually fixating. WOEXP: 154.
Left grasping versus tool use and holding. Pick up a small cylinder with thumb and index finger with the left hand and transfer it to an other area on a visible magnetic black board with beep sounds as movement cues versus left hand tool use and holding a pair of tongs while visually fixating. WOEXP: 159.
WOEXT: 186
Right hand tool use. Pick up a small cylinder with the right hand using a pair of tongs and transfer it to an other area on a visible magnetic black board with beep sounds as movement cues versus holding a pair of tongs while visually fixating. WOEXP: 155.
Left hand tool use. Pick up a small cylinder with the left hand using a pair of tongs and transfer it to an other area on a visible magnetic black board with beep sounds as movement cues versus holding a pair of tongs while visually fixating. WOEXP: 156.
Right hand tool use versus grasping and holding. Pick up a small cylinder with the right hand using a pair of tongs and transfer it to an other area on a visible magnetic black board with beep sounds as movement cues versus right hand grasping and holding a pair of tongs while visually fixating. WOEXP: 157.
Left hand tool use versus grasping and holding. Pick up a small cylinder with the left hand using a pair of tongs and transfer it to an other area on a visible magnetic black board with beep sounds as movement cues versus left hand grasping and holding a pair of tongs while visually fixating. WOEXP: 158.
WOEXT: 187
Left handgrip due to anesthesia. 1Hz Rythmic left handgrip. WOEXP: 49.
WOEXT: 189
Observation of action for imitation versus observation of action for recognition. Observation of hand and arm action showed on a video for the purpose of later imitation. WOEXP: 160.
Observation of meaningful action for imitation versus observation of meaningless action. Observation of hand and arm meaningful action such as "opening a bottle", "drawing a line", "sewing a button" showed on a video for later imitation. WOEXP: 165.
Observation of meaningless action for imitation versus observation of meaningful action. Observation of hand and arm meaningless action showed on a video for later imitation. WOEXP: 167.
WOEXT: 191
Observation of action for recognition versus observation of action for imitation. Observation of hand and arm action showed on a video for the purpose of later recognition. WOEXP: 161.
Observation of meaningful action in order to recognize versus observation of meaningless action. Observation of hand and arm meaningful action such as "opening a bottle", "drawing a line", "sewing a button" showed on a video for later recognition. WOEXP: 164.
Observation of meaningless action for recognition versus observation of meaningful action. Observation of hand and arm meaningless action showed on a video for later recognition. WOEXP: 166.
WOEXT: 192
Observation of meaningful action versus observation of meaningless action. Observation of hand and arm meaningful action such as "opening a bottle", "drawing a line", "sewing a button" showed on a video. WOEXP: 162.
Observation of meaningful action in order to recognize versus observation of meaningless action. Observation of hand and arm meaningful action such as "opening a bottle", "drawing a line", "sewing a button" showed on a video for later recognition. WOEXP: 164.
Observation of meaningful action for imitation versus observation of meaningless action. Observation of hand and arm meaningful action such as "opening a bottle", "drawing a line", "sewing a button" showed on a video for later imitation. WOEXP: 165.
WOEXT: 193
Observation of meaningless action versus observation of meaningful action. Observation of hand and arm meaningless action showed on a video. WOEXP: 163.
Observation of meaningless action for recognition versus observation of meaningful action. Observation of hand and arm meaningless action showed on a video for later recognition. WOEXP: 166.
Observation of meaningless action for imitation versus observation of meaningful action. Observation of hand and arm meaningless action showed on a video for later imitation. WOEXP: 167.
WOEXT: 194
Rest with eyes closed. Remain still with eyes closed versus listen to sequences of low and high tones and responding when a sequence has two high tones by pressing a button with the thumb on the left hand. WOEXP: 168.
Resting (group I). Awake resting state with eyes closed versus goal-directed task. WOEXP: 178.
Resting (group II). Awake resting state with eyes closed versus goal-directed task. WOEXP: 179.
Resting versus nonautobiographical episodic memory retrieval. Resting with eyes closed versus listening to sentences that contained third-person autobiographical episodic infomation. WOEXP: 210.
Resting versus autobiographical episodic memory retrieval. Resting with eyes closed versus listening to sentences that contained first-person autobiographical episodic infomation. WOEXP: 211.
Resting. Resting with eyes closed versus conjunction between nine different cognitive task: visuomotor, verb generation, mental calculation, listening to language stimuli, visual mental imagery, perceptual matching, self-paced movement. WOEXP: 229.
Rest versus practiced word recall. Resting versus speak load words recalled from a list of 15 words practiced one week before. WOEXP: 272.
Resting versus novel word recall. Resting versus speak load words recalled from a list of 15 words heard only one time just prior to recall. WOEXP: 274.
Rest versus focused episodic memory. Rest with eyes closed versus recalling a personal event from the past and describing the event aloud. WOEXP: 412.
Rest versus semantic memory. Rest with eyes closed versus recalling and speak aloud words that start with a specific letter. WOEXP: 414.
Rest versus word generation. Resting with eyes closed versus generate words covertly without articulation cued with letter or category. WOEXP: 585.
WOEXT: 195
Semantic knowledge retrieval. Listen to names of animals and respond with left hand thumb button press when a named animal is found in the United States and is used by people versus listen to consonant-vowel syllable triplets and responding with left hand thumb button press when a triplet contains both the consonant /b/ and the consonant /d/. WOEXP: 169.
Semantic memory retrieval versus episodic. Semantic memory retrieval by judging visually sentences with a yes/no response using right fingers versus episodic knowledge retrieval. WOEXP: 375.
Semantic memory retrieval versus evaluative judgment. Semantic memory retrieval from visually sentences with a yes/no response using right fingers versus evaluative judgment. WOEXP: 377.
Semantic memory versus rest. Recalling and speak aloud words that start with a specific letter versus rest with eyes closed. WOEXP: 413.
Semantic memory versus focused episodic memory. Recalling and speaking aloud words that start with a specific letter versus recalling a personal event from the past and describing the event aloud. WOEXP: 416.
Generation of word-pair associates. Recall of exemplars cued from category labels based on words that were not previously presented versus word repetition. WOEXP: 491.
Task-related semantic retrieval versus episodic. Semantic retrieval with a decision whether a visually presented word was living or nonliving with right hand button response versus episodic retrieval. WOEXP: 566.
WOEXT: 196
Visuospatial 2-back, pooled data. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot occured two trials back versus pressing buttons in zero-back. WOEXP: 349.
Visuospatial 2-back, Boston site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot occured two trials back versus pressing buttons in zero-back. WOEXP: 352.
Visuospatial 2-back, Madison site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot occured two trials back versus pressing buttons in zero-back. WOEXP: 353.
Visuospatial 2-back, Minnesota site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot occured two trials back versus pressing buttons in zero-back. WOEXP: 354.
Visuospatial 2-back, Pittsburgh site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot occured two trials back versus pressing buttons in zero-back. WOEXP: 355.
WOEXT: 198
High visual orientation working memory maintenance. Maintenance of 6 serial presented oriented visual gratings in working memory and responding to a cue by pressing a key with either left or right hand versus pressing a key with either left or right hand depending on orientation of visual grating. WOEXP: 170.
WOEXT: 201
Visual orientation working memory updating. Maintenance and update of 3 oriented visual gratings in working memory from a series of 5 to 7 items and responding to a cue by pressing a key with either left or right hand versus maintenance and response with 3 items in working memory. WOEXP: 171.
WOEXT: 202
Color shape and motion shape (group data). Passive viewing of color shape from static isoluminant red and green oriented bars and stationary shapes by kinetic contours from motion of fields of dots versus no shape color viewing and no shape coherent visual motion. WOEXP: 172.
Color shape and motion shape (individual subject). Passive viewing of color shape from static isoluminant red and green oriented bars and stationary shapes by kinetic contours from motion of fields of dots versus no shape color viewing and no shape coherent visual motion. WOEXP: 173.
WOEXT: 203
Romantic love. Viewing of colored pictures of the faces of boy- or girlfriend (loved once) versus viewing of colored pictures of three friends of the same sex as their loved partner. WOEXP: 176.
WOEXT: 206
Cold temperature sensation. Regions inversely proportional to a temperature between 20 and 33 degrees Celsius when the temperature of the palmar surface of the right hand were controlled. WOEXP: 180.
Cold temperature sensation rating. Regions inversely proportional to a subject rating temperature between 20 and 33 degrees Celsius when the temperature of the palmar surface of the right hand were controlled. WOEXP: 181.
Cool in right hand. 20 degrees cool stimuli on the palmar surface of the right hand versus normal 34 degrees. WOEXP: 214.
WOEXT: 207
Warmth in right hand. 40 degrees warmth on the palmar surface of the right hand versus normal 34 degrees. WOEXP: 216.
Warmth on left hand (group 1). 41 degrees warm stimuli to the dorsum of the left hand versus 35 degree stimuli. WOEXP: 226.
Warmth on left arm. 43 degrees warm stimuli on six separate sites on the left volar forearm versus 36 degrees stimuli. WOEXP: 318.
WOEXT: 208
Spatial neglect. Patients with spatial neglect and right brain damage from infarct or hemorrhage versus right brain damage patients without spatial neglect. WOEXP: 185.
Spatial neglect. Lesions in patients with spatial neglect after infarct of hemorrhage versus infarct and hemorrhage patients without spatial neglect. WOEXP: 410.
WOEXT: 213
Attended heat pain on right hand. 46 to 49 degrees Celsius hot stimuli on the thenar eminence of the right hand using a peltier thermode versus 40 degrees warm stimuli. WOEXP: 186.
Attended heat pain on left hand. 46 to 49 degrees Celsius hot stimuli on the thenar eminence of the left hand using a peltier thermode versus 40 degrees warm stimuli. WOEXP: 188.
WOEXT: 214
Distracted heat pain on right hand. 46 to 49 degrees Celsius hot stimuli on the thenar eminence of the right hand using a peltier thermode distracted by a visual motion task with silent counting of the number of partial coherent visual motion blocks versus distract 40 degrees warm stimuli. WOEXP: 187.
Distracted heat pain on left hand. 46 to 49 degrees Celsius hot stimuli on the thenar eminence of the left hand using a peltier thermode distracted by a visual motion task with silent counting of the number of partial coherent visual motion blocks versus distract 40 degrees warm stimuli. WOEXP: 189.
Silent word reading while cold pain on right foot. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot and silent word reading versus rest with attention to the sound of the machine. WOEXP: 265.
WOEXT: 217
Phonemes. Phonemes simulation: standard sequence versus deviant sequence. WOEXP: 21.
WOEXT: 218
Chords. Chords simulation: standard sequence versus deviant sequence. WOEXP: 22.
WOEXT: 219
Relative metabolic decreases in Alzheimer's disease. Relative metabolic differences between Alzheimer's disease patients and controls. WOEXP: 191.
Alzheimer's disease versus healthy. Patients with Alzheimer's disease in mental resting state versus matched healthy controls. WOEXP: 291.
Decline in Alzheimer's disease. Patients with Alzheimer's disease in 1-year follow-up during mental resting state versus early Alzheimer's disease. WOEXP: 292.
WOEXT: 222
Chronic facial pain versus no pain after thalamic stimulation. Chronic pain in the right side of the face versus no pain after thalamic stimulation in the left ventroposterior medial thalamic nucleus (-7, -20, +2). WOEXP: 193.
WOEXT: 223
Listening to familiar voices and viewing familiar faces. Listening to familiar voices and viewing familiar faces with right index finger button presses for indication of interruption task versus listening to unfamiliar voices and viewing unfamiliar faces also with button pressing. WOEXP: 200.
WOEXT: 225
Valid cue-induced visuospatial expectancy with anticipatory bias versus neural cue. Valid cue-induced visuospatial expectancy with anticipatory bias where a centrally presented diamond on the screen indicated valid cues for a peripheral target and where the response was significantly faster versus nondirectional cues. Response was made by pushing a button.. WOEXP: 201.
Valid cue-induced visuospatial expectancy with anticipatory bias versus without anticipatory bias. Valid cue-induced visuospatial expectancy with anticipatory bias where a centrally presented diamond on the screen indicated valid cues for a peripheral target and where the response was significantly faster versus trials where response was not significantly faster. Response was made by pushing a button.. WOEXP: 202.
Visuospatial attention. Visuospatial attention with directional cue either by central expectancy where a central diamond indicated left/right cue or by a change in luminance in a peripheral square. WOEXP: 371.
WOEXT: 226
Visuospatial attention with cue effect to valid cues. Visuospatial attention with directional cue either by central expectancy where a central diamond indicated left/right cue or by a change in luminance in a peripheral square, and with cue effect to valid cue. WOEXP: 372.
Visuospatial attention with cue effect to invalid cues. Visuospatial attention with directional cue either by central expectancy where a central diamond indicated left/right cue or by a change in luminance in a peripheral square, and with cue effect to invalid cue. WOEXP: 373.
WOEXT: 229
Increase during posttraumatic stress disorder provokation. Increase associated with posttraumatic stress disorder provokation by listening to trauma-related sounds such as machine gun fire and explosions versus listening to simple tones. WOEXP: 204.
Decrease during posttraumatic stress disorder provokation. Decrease associated with posttraumatic stress disorder provokation by listening to trauma-related sounds such as machine gun fire and explosions versus listening to simple tones. WOEXP: 205.
Posttraumatic stress disorder. Benzodiazepine binding in posttraumatic stress disorder versus binding in normal subjects. WOEXP: 206.
WOEXT: 234
Posttraumatic stress disorder. Benzodiazepine binding in posttraumatic stress disorder versus binding in normal subjects. WOEXP: 206.
Increased benzodiazepine receptor binding in panic disorder. Increased benzodiazepine receptor binding in panic disorder in panic disorder patients versus normal control subjects. WOEXP: 390.
WOEXT: 244
Novelty seeking and FLB457 binding negative correlation. Negative correlation between FLB 457 binding the the dopamine D2 receptor and Novelty seeking as access with the Cloninger's Temperament and Character Inventory. WOEXP: 492.
Harm avoidance and D2 5HT2A negative correlation. Negative correlation between harm avoidance assess with Cloninger's Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire and FESP binding to dopamine D2 and serotonin 5HT2A receptors. WOEXP: 493.
WOEXT: 259
Autobiographical episodic memory. Listening to sentences that contained first person autobiographical episodic infomation versus listening to third-person episodic memories. WOEXP: 209.
WOEXT: 260
Autobiographical episodic memory retrieval. Listening to sentences that contained first person autobiographical episodic infomation versus resting eyes closed. WOEXP: 208.
Autobiographical memory retrieval. Recalling from a visual cue of life events such as "learning to drive" and "wedding day" versus relaxation and sentence completion task. WOEXP: 228.
Cued recall of familiar people. Individual subjects analysis. Auditory cued recall of immediate family members, such as spouse, parents, children, siblings, versus auditory cued recall of unfamiliar people. WOEXP: 289.
Cued recall of familiar people. Group analysis. Auditory cued recall of immediate family members, such as spouse, parents, children, siblings, versus auditory cued recall of unfamiliar people. WOEXP: 290.
Focused episodic memory versus rest. Recalling a personal event from the past and describing the event aloud versus rest with eyes closed. WOEXP: 411.
Focused episodic memory versus semantic memory. Recalling a personal event from the past and describing the event aloud versus recalling and speaking aloud words that start with a specific letter. WOEXP: 415.
WOEXT: 261
Grill illusion in right hand. Thermal grill with spatially alternating 20 degrees cold and 40 degrees warm pain stimuli on the palmar surface of the right hand versus normal 34 degrees. WOEXP: 215.
WOEXT: 262
Theory of mind stories versus unlinked sentences. Story comprehension during silent reading and question answering of visually presented stories necessitating the attribution of mental states versus reading of unlinked setences. WOEXP: 518.
Theory of mind stories versus 'physical' stories. Story comprehension during silent reading and question answering of visually presented stories necessitating the attribution of mental states versus reading of stories requiring no attribution of mental states. WOEXP: 520.
WOEXT: 263
Mentalizing versus rule solving. Playing a computer-based version of "stone, paper, scissor" while believing the opponent was an other human versus playing while believing the opponent was a computer with a fixed rule-based algorithm. WOEXP: 218.
Mentalizing versus random generation. Playing a computer-based version of "stone, paper, scissor" while believing the opponent was an other human versus playing while believing the opponent was random generation. WOEXP: 219.
WOEXT: 264
75% fearful faces versus neural faces. Viewing of 75% fearful grey-scale faces with sex decision task indicated with right thumb versus viewing of slightly happy faces. WOEXP: 220.
150% fearful faces versus neural faces. Viewing of 150% computer-manipulated fearful grey-scale faces with sex decision task indicated with right thumb versus viewing of slightly happy faces. WOEXP: 221.
Fear. Viewing of faces displaying fear versus viewing neutral expressions. WOEXP: 303.
Emotional faces with s allele SLC6A4 individuals, cohort 1. Matching of the emotional state of a display face with other displayed faces in individuals with the short allele of the 5-HTTLPR region in the SLC6A4 gene versus emotional matching in individuals with long alleles. WOEXP: 347.
Emotional faces with s allele SLC6A4 individuals, cohort 2. Matching of the emotional state of a display face with other displayed faces in individuals with the short allele of the 5-HTTLPR region in the SLC6A4 gene versus emotional matching in individuals with long alleles. WOEXP: 348.
WOEXT: 265
75% disgusted faces versus neural faces. Viewing of 75% computer-manipulated grey-scale faces with an expression of disgust and with sex decision task indicated with right thumb versus viewing of slightly happy faces. WOEXP: 222.
150% disgusted faces versus neural faces. Viewing of 150% computer-manipulated grey-scale faces with an expression of disgust and with sex decision task indicated with right thumb versus viewing of slightly happy faces. WOEXP: 223.
150% disgusted faces versus 75% disgusted faces. Viewing of 150% computer-manipulated grey-scale faces with an expression of disgust and with sex decision task indicated with right thumb versus viewing of 75% disgusted faces. WOEXP: 224.
Disgust. Viewing of faces displaying disgust versus viewing neutral expressions. WOEXP: 302.
Disgust from films and recall. Disgust generated from viewing silent color feature film with a scene depicting a rat cravling on a sleeping man and recalling disgust autobiographical memories from scripts versus view neutral films and recalling neutral autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 542.
WOEXT: 267
Digit D1. Digit D1 finger movement. WOEXP: 28.
Digit D2. Digit D2 finger movement. WOEXP: 29.
Digit D3. Digit D3 finger movement. WOEXP: 30.
Self-paced button press. Self-paced button presses with the thumb of the right hand versus no movement. Both condition listening to tones. WOEXP: 256.
Active right middle finger movement versus rest. Repetitive flexion-extension movement of the right middle finger at the metacarpophalangeal joint auditory-cued by a beep versus rest with listening to beeps. WOEXP: 268.
Active right middle finger movement versus passive movement. Active repetitive flexion-extension movement of the right middle finger at the metacarpophalangeal joint auditory-cued by a beep versus passive movement with beeps. WOEXP: 270.
Visuospatial 0-back, pooled data. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot versus rest. WOEXP: 350.
Visuospatial 0-back, Boston site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot appears versus viewing dots in alternating boxes. WOEXP: 356.
Visuospatial 0-back, Madison site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot appears versus viewing a dot in alternating boxes. WOEXP: 357.
Visuospatial 0-back, Minnesota site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot appears versus viewing dots in alternating boxes. WOEXP: 358.
Visuospatial 0-back, Pittsburgh site. Viewing of dots in one of four displayed boxes with button pressing for indicating where the dot appears versus viewing dots in alternating boxes. WOEXP: 359.
Reaction-time tasks with right thumb. Overlap in two reaction time tasks: One visual with key press with right thumb in response to a luminance change and an other with key press in response to protusion of a stylus to the tip of the right index finger. WOEXP: 496.
Tasks with right thumb button press. Overlap in tasks with right thumb button press response: two reaction time tasks: Reaction-time task to luminance change and protusion of a stylus to the tip of the right index finger; visual memory task; tacile discrimination and roughness discrimination. WOEXP: 497.
Visual memory task with right thumb button press. Key press with right index or middle finger based on which of two images was member of a previously seen pair. WOEXP: 498.
Right index finger tapping. Right index finger tapping with eight different frequencies cused by a 500Hz sound versus no finger tapping. WOEXP: 510.
WOEXT: 268
Sequential finger opposition with right hand. Sequential finger opposition versus rest. WOEXP: 231.
WOEXT: 269
50Hz Vibrotactile on right fingers. 50Hz vibration on the glabrous portion of 2-5 digits on the right hand versus rest. WOEXP: 232.
100 Hz vibration on left forearm. 100 Hz vibration on ventral surface of the left forearm. WOEXP: 364.
WOEXT: 270
Hypnosis. Hypnosis versus rest and mental imagery. During warm and hot stimuli. Hypnosis and mental imagery involved pleasant autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 236.
Interaction between hypnosis and hot pain on right hand. Interaction between hypnosis and hot pain (typically 47 degrees) on the thenar surface of the right hand versus 35 degrees stimuli and rest and mental imagery. WOEXP: 237.
Increase due to hypnosis versus rest and mental imagery. Increases due to hypnosis versus rest and mental imagery. During warmth and hot pain the thenar surface of the right hand. WOEXP: 239.
Interaction between hypnosis and pain ratings in hot pain on right hand.. Interaction between hypnosis and increases due to pain rating in hot pain (typically 47 degrees) on the thenar surface of the right hand. WOEXP: 240.
WOEXT: 271
Increase during public speaking for subjects with social phobia. Increases in the interaction between public speaking to an audience about past experiences and subjects with social phobia versus privat speaking about past experience and subjects with no social phobia. WOEXP: 241.
Decrease during public speaking for subjects with social phobia. Decrease in the interaction between public speaking to an audience about past experiences and subjects with social phobia versus privat speaking about past experience and subjects with no social phobia. WOEXP: 242.
WOEXT: 272
Increase during public speaking for subjects with social phobia. Increases in the interaction between public speaking to an audience about past experiences and subjects with social phobia versus privat speaking about past experience and subjects with no social phobia. WOEXP: 241.
Decrease during public speaking for subjects with social phobia. Decrease in the interaction between public speaking to an audience about past experiences and subjects with social phobia versus privat speaking about past experience and subjects with no social phobia. WOEXP: 242.
WOEXT: 274
Low confidence in memory retrieval versus high. Memory retrieval of visual presented words that either were previously seen or new words and with a low confidence of recollection versus retrieval with high confidence. The subjective confidence judgement was made with right fingers button press. WOEXP: 250.
WOEXT: 275
Shape matching. Shape matching with colored random polygons presented serially in pairs on a screen with response by left or right mouse button press versus color matching. WOEXP: 253.
WOEXT: 276
Color perception during free viewing. Subjective experience of color intensity during free viewing of a James Bond movie. WOEXP: 381.
Color vision. Color vision by viewing a Mondrian-like with a collage of colored squares and rectangles of different shapes and colors versus colorless Mondrian image with isoluminant gray values. WOEXP: 429.
WOEXT: 277
Color matching. Color matching with colored random polygons presented serially in pairs on a screen with response by left or right mouse button press versus color matching. WOEXP: 254.
Difficult color matching. Difficult color matching with low discriminable colored random polygons presented serially in pairs on a screen with response on a right or left hand mouse button versus easy color matching. WOEXP: 255.
WOEXT: 279
Unpredictable tones versus predictable. Unpredictable tones with random intervals independent of self-paced button presses versus tones dependent on button press. WOEXP: 258.
WOEXT: 280
Novel items versus familiar items. New/old words, pictures or famous/unfamiliar faces compared in task with explicit discrimination between new/old or in task-irrelevant repetition.. WOEXP: 427.
WOEXT: 281
Positive interaction between predictable tones and button press. Positive interaction between predictable tones and self-paced button presses versus no button presses and random tones with button press. WOEXP: 260.
WOEXT: 282
Silent word generation. Silent word generation without articulation from a given category or proper names or objects versus relax and attention to the sound of the machine. WOEXP: 262.
Silent word reading while cold pain on right foot. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot and silent word reading versus rest with attention to the sound of the machine. WOEXP: 265.
Cold pain with silent word reading versus cold pain. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot distracted by silent word reading versus cold pain. WOEXP: 267.
WOEXT: 284
Cold pain on right foot. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot versus rest with attention to the sound of the machine. WOEXP: 263.
Cold pain on right foot masked by silent word reading. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot with an and mask from silent word reading versus rest with attention to the sound of the machine. WOEXP: 264.
Silent word reading while cold pain on right foot. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot and silent word reading versus rest with attention to the sound of the machine. WOEXP: 265.
Cold pain versus cold pain with silent word reading. 0-2 centigrades cold pain on dorsal surface of the right foot versus cold pain distracted by silent word. WOEXP: 266.
WOEXT: 285
Anger. Viewing of faces displaying anger versus viewing neutral expressions. WOEXP: 304.
Emotional faces with s allele SLC6A4 individuals, cohort 1. Matching of the emotional state of a display face with other displayed faces in individuals with the short allele of the 5-HTTLPR region in the SLC6A4 gene versus emotional matching in individuals with long alleles. WOEXP: 347.
Emotional faces with s allele SLC6A4 individuals, cohort 2. Matching of the emotional state of a display face with other displayed faces in individuals with the short allele of the 5-HTTLPR region in the SLC6A4 gene versus emotional matching in individuals with long alleles. WOEXP: 348.
WOEXT: 287
Ambiguous threat. Faces displaying ambiguous threat by anger face with averted gaze and fear faces with direct gaze versus anger faces with direct gaze and fear faces with averted gaze. WOEXP: 277.
WOEXT: 288
Activation in sadness film viewing versus neutral film viewing. Passive viewing of 2.5 minute emotional film clips. WOEXP: 282.
Activation in sadness film viewing versus amusement film viewing. Passive viewing of 2.5 minute emotional film clips. WOEXP: 284.
Sad versus neutral. Recalling of powerful and personal autobiographical emotional episodes invoking sadness versus recalling emotionally neutral life episodes. WOEXP: 483.
Sad versus sad. Recalling of powerful and personal autobiographical emotional episodes invoking sadness versus recalling happy episodes. WOEXP: 485.
Sadness from films and recall. Sadness generated from viewing silent color feature film involving grieving a friend who committed suicide by hanging and recalling sad autobiographical memories from scripts versus view neutral films and recalling neutral autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 541.
WOEXT: 298
Harm avoidance and D2 5HT2A negative correlation. Negative correlation between harm avoidance assess with Cloninger's Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire and FESP binding to dopamine D2 and serotonin 5HT2A receptors. WOEXP: 493.
WOEXT: 301
Serotonin synthesis capacity, proportional scaling. Men versus women. Serotonin synthesis rate. WOEXP: 285.
Serotonin synthesis capacity, proportional scaling. Women versus men. Serotonin synthesis rate. WOEXP: 286.
Serotonin synthesis capacity, ANCOVA scaling. Men versus women. Serotonin synthesis rate. WOEXP: 287.
Serotonin synthesis capacity, ANCOVA scaling. Women versus men. Serotonin synthesis rate. WOEXP: 288.
WOEXT: 303
Positive correlation to electrodermal activity. Correlation to nonspecific skin conductance fluctuation on the palmar side of the second phalanx of the left hand during viewing of aversive and nonaversive movies and with and without electrical shocks to the right fingers. WOEXP: 296.
WOEXT: 304
Negative correlation to electrodermal activity. Negative correlation to nonspecific skin conductance fluctuation on the palmar side of the second phalanx of the left hand during viewing of aversive and nonaversive movies and with and without electrical shocks to the right fingers. WOEXP: 297.
WOEXT: 305
Early phase heat pain. 50 degrees Celsius heat on the left volar forearm starting at the scanning onset versus 40 degrees warm stimulus. WOEXP: 298.
WOEXT: 306
Late phase heat pain. 50 degrees Celsius heat on the left volar forearm starting 40 seconds prior to the scanning onset versus 40 degrees warm stimulus. WOEXP: 299.
WOEXT: 311
Increased activity during REM sleep. REM sleep versus slow-wave sleep or wakefull-state. WOEXP: 300.
WOEXT: 312
Decreased activity during REM sleep. Slow-wave sleep or wakefull-state versus REM sleep. WOEXP: 301.
WOEXT: 313
Familiar faces. Viewing familiar faces an indicating success with a button press versus viewing unfamiliar faces. WOEXP: 305.
WOEXT: 314
Happy face viewing. Viewing happy emotional face and indication with a button press versus viewing neutral faces. WOEXP: 307.
Happy recitation in non-religious subjects. Happy recitation of a German children's nursery rhyme with eyes closed in non-religious subjects. WOEXP: 409.
Happy faces correlated with extraversion. Categorization of happy face correlated with extraversion NEO personality trait. WOEXP: 482.
Happy versus neutral. Recalling of powerful and personal autobiographical emotional episodes invoking happiness versus recalling emotionally neutral life episodes. WOEXP: 484.
Happy versus sad. Recalling of powerful and personal autobiographical emotional episodes invoking happiness versus recalling sad episodes. WOEXP: 486.
Happiness from films and recall. Happiness generated from viewing silent color feature film involving a joyous romantic reconciliation and recalling happy autobiographical memories from scripts versus view neutral films and recalling neutral autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 540.
Happiness versus sadness from films and recall. Happiness generated from viewing silent color feature film involving a joyous romantic reconciliation and recalling happy autobiographical memories from scripts versus viewing sadness film clips and recalling sad autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 549.
WOEXT: 322
Increase during viewing conditioned snake and spider video. Viewing snake and spider video conditioned with an electric shock to the second phalanx of the right index and long fingers versus viewing video before conditioning. WOEXP: 310.
WOEXT: 324
Fentanyl during heat and warm stimulus on left arm. Fentanyl administration during 40 degrees Celsius warmth or 47-48 degrees hot pain on the volar forearm versus placebo with stimulus. WOEXP: 316.
WOEXT: 325
Placebo during heat and warm stimulus on left arm. Placebo administration during 40 degrees Celsius warmth or 47-48 degrees hot pain on the volar forearm versus fentanyl with stimulus. WOEXP: 317.
Fearful face recognition with placebo drug. Fearful face recognition after placebo infusion versus neutral face recognition after placebo infusion. WOEXP: 475.
Neutral face recognition versus fearful with placebo drug. Neutral face recognition after placebo infusion versus fearful face recognition after placebo infusion. WOEXP: 476.
Fearful face recognition with placebo drug versus with ketamine. Fearful face recognition after placebo infusion versus neutral face recognition after placebo infusion and fearful face recognition with ketamine. WOEXP: 479.
WOEXT: 326
Robbery re-experience. Viewing of video showing a previously experienced bank-robbery versus viewing a neutral video with people walking in a park. WOEXP: 321.
WOEXT: 327
Memory retrieval of meaning encoded words versus silent reading. Memory retrieval from visually presented words of words earlier encoded during a meaning task and with right hand button press indication versus silent reading of visually presented words. WOEXP: 325.
Memory retrieval of voice encoded words versus silent reading. Memory retrieval from visually presented words of words earlier encoded during a voice task and with right hand button press indication versus silent reading of visually presented words. WOEXP: 326.
Memory retrieval attempt of new words versus silent reading. Memory retrieval attempt from visually presented words of words not seen in an earlier task and with right hand button press indication versus silent reading of visually presented words. WOEXP: 327.
WOEXT: 328
Memory retrieval of voice encoded words versus memory retrieval attempt. Memory retrieval attempt from visually presented words of words earlier presented during a voice task and with right hand button press indication versus memory retrieval attempt on new words. WOEXP: 328.
Memory retrieval of meaning encoded words versus memory retrieval attempt. Memory retrieval attempt from visually presented words of words earlier presented during a semantic task and with right hand button press indication versus memory retrieval attempt on new words. WOEXP: 329.
WOEXT: 329
Memory encoding. Memory encoding of visually presented barcodes in a delayed non-matching-to-sample task. WOEXP: 431.
WOEXT: 330
Visual emotional word encoding. Remembering and discrimination between pleasant and unpleasant words with indication with right hand button press versus fixation and retrieval. WOEXP: 330.
WOEXT: 333
Drinking at unpredictable intervals. Drinking of juice or water at unpredictable intervals versus drinking with predictable intervals. WOEXP: 333.
Unpredictable preferred drinking. Interaction between drinking of preferred one of juice or water and drinking at unpredictable intervals versus drinking preferred at predictable intervals on unpreferred at unpredictable intervals. WOEXP: 335.
WOEXT: 334
Drinking at predictable intervals. Drinking of juice or water at predictable intervals versus drinking with unpredictable intervals. WOEXP: 334.
Predictable preferred drinking. Interaction between drinking of preferred one of juice or water and drinking at predictable intervals versus drinking unpreferred at predictable intervals on unpreferred at predictable intervals. WOEXP: 336.
WOEXT: 335
Unpredictable preferred drinking. Interaction between drinking of preferred one of juice or water and drinking at unpredictable intervals versus drinking preferred at predictable intervals on unpreferred at unpredictable intervals. WOEXP: 335.
Predictable preferred drinking. Interaction between drinking of preferred one of juice or water and drinking at predictable intervals versus drinking unpreferred at predictable intervals on unpreferred at predictable intervals. WOEXP: 336.
WOEXT: 336
Right index finger static force. Exerting static force with the right index finger with tone as auditory feedback versus hearing a tone. WOEXP: 337.
WOEXT: 339
Prism adaption. Visually guided reaching with right index finger while wearing prism glass versus visually guided reaching with suddenly shifted target. WOEXP: 338.
WOEXT: 340
Intelligence in circle task. Mismatch in a high-g intelligence task determining the odd one of four displayed circles sets with indication by button press with middle and index fingers of the two hands versus a similar task with lower g. WOEXP: 341.
Intelligence and gray matter volume positive correlation. Full-scale intellegence measured with either Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-III or Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised correlated with gray matter volume. WOEXP: 563.
WOEXT: 341
Spatial intelligence. Mismatch in a high-g intelligence task determining the odd one of four displayed drawings with indication by button press with middle and index fingers of the two hands versus a similar task with lower g. WOEXP: 339.
WOEXT: 342
Verbal intelligence. Mismatch in a high-g intelligence task determining the odd one of four displayed letter sets with indication by button press with middle and index fingers of the two hands versus a similar task with lower g. WOEXP: 340.
WOEXT: 343
Funny cartoons. Reading and viewing funny cartoon and pressing a button versus reading and viewing nonfunny cartoons and pressing a button. WOEXP: 342.
Humor intensity with funny cartoons. Correlation with humor intensity when reading and viewing funny and non-funny cartoons and pressing a button. WOEXP: 343.
WOEXT: 347
Apolipoprotein E e4 allele. CBF in healthy people with apolipoprotein E e4/e4 allele genotype versus controls with e2/e3 or e3/e3 genotype. WOEXP: 344.
WOEXT: 358
Emotional faces with s allele SLC6A4 individuals, cohort 1. Matching of the emotional state of a display face with other displayed faces in individuals with the short allele of the 5-HTTLPR region in the SLC6A4 gene versus emotional matching in individuals with long alleles. WOEXP: 347.
Emotional faces with s allele SLC6A4 individuals, cohort 2. Matching of the emotional state of a display face with other displayed faces in individuals with the short allele of the 5-HTTLPR region in the SLC6A4 gene versus emotional matching in individuals with long alleles. WOEXP: 348.
WOEXT: 360
Permanent amnesia, absolute. Hypometabolism in patients with permanent amnesia from either anoxia or Wernicke-Korsakoff's syndrome versus normal control subjects. WOEXP: 369.
Permanent amnesia, proportional scaling. Hypometabolism in patients with permanent amnesia from either anoxia or Wernicke-Korsakoff's syndrome versus normal control subjects. WOEXP: 370.
WOEXT: 361
First- and third-person perspectives. First- and third-person perspective simulation versus control. WOEXP: 18.
WOEXT: 362
First-person perspective simulation. First-person perspective simulation by imaging themselves acting with the object and hearing 'you' sentences versus control. WOEXP: 16.
WOEXT: 363
Third-person perspective simulation. Third-person perspective simulation by imaging the experimenter acting with the object and hearing 'I' sentences versus control. WOEXP: 17.
Third-person perspectives. Third-person perspective simulation versus First-person. WOEXP: 19.
WOEXT: 364
Subject 1: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 54.
Subject 2: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 55.
Subject 3: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 56.
Subject 4: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 57.
Subject 5: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 58.
Subject 6: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 59.
Subject 7: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 60.
Subject 8: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 61.
Subject 9: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 62.
Subject 10: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 63.
Subject 11: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 64.
Group: Answering self-reflective questions versus answering semantic questions. Self-reflective and semantic yes/no questions posed through headphones were answered with button press. WOEXP: 65.
Reflective self-awareness on personality traits. Reflection on one's own personality traits versus reflection on the personality traits of a famous third person. WOEXP: 103.
Reflective self-awareness on physical appearance. Reflection on one's own physical appearance versus reflection on the physical appearance of a famous third person. WOEXP: 105.
WOEXT: 367
Self-attribution through cursor movement with a joystick versus passive cursor movement. The subject moved a joystick, and a cursor on the screen was either controlled by the subject using the joystick or by a computer. WOEXP: 72.
Other-attribution through cursor movement controlled by a computer versus passive cursor movement. The subject moved a joystick, but a cursor on the screen was controlled by a third "person" (a computer). WOEXP: 73.
Other-attribution versus self-attribution. The subject moved a joystick, and a cursor on the screen was controlled by a computer. WOEXP: 74.
Self-attribution versus other-attribution. The subject moved a joystick, and a cursor on the screen was controlled by the subject using the joystick. WOEXP: 75.
WOEXT: 369
Evaluative judgment versus semantic memory retrieval. Evaluative judgment from visually sentences with a yes/no response using right fingers versus semantic knowledge retrieval. WOEXP: 376.
Evaluative judgment versus episodic memory retrieval. Evaluative judgment from visually sentences with a yes/no response using right fingers versus episodic memory retrieval. WOEXP: 378.
WOEXT: 371
Migraine headache. Glyceryl trinitrate induced migraine headache versus rest. WOEXP: 380.
WOEXT: 372
Visual human body perception during free viewing. Subjective experience of visual human body perception during free viewing and hearing of a James Bond movie. WOEXP: 384.
WOEXT: 373
Stage 1 sleep increases. Increases during stage 1 sleep with and without hypnagogic hallucinations versus awake. WOEXP: 385.
WOEXT: 378
Decrease in obsessive-compulsive disorder patients after treatment with paroxetine. Decrease in obsessive-compulsive disorder patients after treatment with paroxetine. WOEXP: 387.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder severity. Correlation with obsessive-compulsive disorder severity in patients before and after treatment with paroxetine. WOEXP: 388.
WOEXT: 379
Threat-related words in panic disorder patients versus controls. Panic disorder patients listening to threat-related words and making silent judgment on the valence versus listening to neutral words and listening to threat-related words in control subjects. WOEXP: 514.
WOEXT: 380
Increased benzodiazepine receptor binding in panic disorder. Increased benzodiazepine receptor binding in panic disorder in panic disorder patients versus normal control subjects. WOEXP: 390.
WOEXT: 408
Binding potential of doxepin after ebastine compared to after chlorpheniramine. Binding potential of doxepin on histamine H1 receptor after administering of 10 mg of ebatine versus binding potential after administring of 2 mg of (+)-chlorpheniramine. WOEXP: 392.
WOEXT: 416
Binding potential of doxepin after ebastine compared to after chlorpheniramine. Binding potential of doxepin on histamine H1 receptor after administering of 10 mg of ebatine versus binding potential after administring of 2 mg of (+)-chlorpheniramine. WOEXP: 392.
WOEXT: 417
Visuoproprioceptive conflict. Movement of a screen cursor in incongruence with passive right index finger movement and detection of transition between conditions with left thumb button press versus movement of the cursor in congruence with the passive finger movement and with button press. WOEXP: 393.
WOEXT: 420
Silent reading of proper words and pseudowords. Silent reading of visually presented proper and psudowords versus resting. WOEXP: 394.
WOEXT: 421
Silent reading of pseudowords versus rest. Silent reading of visually pseudowords versus resting. WOEXP: 396.
Silent reading of pseudowords versus proper words. Silent reading of visually pseudowords versus silent reading of proper words. WOEXP: 397.
WOEXT: 423
Silent reading of proper words versus rest. Silent reading of visually presented proper words versus resting. WOEXP: 395.
Silent reading of proper words versus pseudowords. Silent reading of visually presented proper words versus silent reading of pseudowords. WOEXP: 398.
WOEXT: 424
Word rate dependence in silent reading. Word rate dependence in silent reading of visually presented proper words and pseudowords. WOEXP: 399.
WOEXT: 425
Word rate dependence in silent reading of proper words. Word rate dependence in silent reading of visually presented proper words. WOEXP: 400.
WOEXT: 426
Word rate dependence in silent reading of pseudowords. Word rate dependence in silent reading of visually presented pseudowords. WOEXP: 401.
WOEXT: 430
Tics during Tourette's syndrome. Correlation with amount of tics while Tourette patients relaxed with closed eyes. WOEXP: 402.
WOEXT: 432
Coprolalia during Tourette's syndrome. Vocal tics with coprolia while Tourette patients relaxed with closed eyes. WOEXP: 403.
WOEXT: 433
Motor tics during Tourette's syndrome. Motor tics while Tourette patients relaxed with closed eyes. WOEXP: 404.
WOEXT: 439
Suppression of saccades. Suppression of saccadic eye movements by central fixation with peripheral stimulation versus central fixation with no peripheral distraction. WOEXP: 417.
WOEXT: 440
Imagined saccades. Imagine the performance of visually guided saccades versus suppression of saccades. WOEXP: 419.
WOEXT: 443
Nitroglycerin-provoked cluster headache. Nitroglycerin-provoked acute headache in cluster headache patients versus pain-free state. WOEXP: 424.
WOEXT: 445
Positive age-citalopram dependence. Positive correlation with age of 40mg citalopram administration. WOEXP: 425.
WOEXT: 452
Memory retention. Memory retention of newly encoded visually presented barcodes in 4, 6 or 8 seconds in a delayed non-matching-to-sample task. WOEXP: 432.
WOEXT: 453
Successful verbal encoding of "list" body words. Verbal encoding of subsequently remembered words from the body of a list of words versus attempted encoding of forgotten words. WOEXP: 434.
WOEXT: 455
Primacy effect with successful verbal encoding. Verbal encoding of subsequently remembered words which are in the initial part of a list versus attempted encoding of forgotten words and successful encoding of words in the body of the list. WOEXP: 435.
Successful verbal encoding of initial items in a list. Verbal encoding of subsequently remembered words which are in the initial part of the list versus forgotten initial items. WOEXP: 436.
WOEXT: 459
Associative encoding of familiar association versus single item encoding of familiar associations. Generate of a sentence containing three visually displayed words that had been seen before versus repeating the words three times. WOEXP: 437.
Associative encoding of familiar associations versus associative encoding of novel associations. Generate of a sentence containing three visually displayed words that had been seen in the same context before versus generating a sentence with words that had not been seen in context before. WOEXP: 439.
WOEXT: 460
Associative encoding of novel associations versus associative encoding of familiar association. Generate of a sentence containing three visually displayed words that had not been seen in the same context before versus generating a sentence with words that had been seen in context before. WOEXP: 438.
WOEXT: 462
Tower of London task, fMRI block design model. Determing of the minimum number of moves in one to seven moves Tower of London task versus a zero moves Tower of London task. WOEXP: 440.
Tower of London task, fMRI regression. Correlation with the minimum number of moves in zero to seven moves Tower of London task. WOEXP: 441.
Tower of London task, PET regression. Correlation with the minimum number of moves in zero to seven moves Tower of London task. WOEXP: 442.
WOEXT: 468
Basic level object naming versus fixation. Silent object naming on the "basic" level from visually presented colored pictures versus fixation. WOEXP: 443.
Basic level object naming versus domain level object naming. Silent object naming on the "basic" level from visually presented colored pictures versus "domain" level object naming. WOEXP: 445.
WOEXT: 469
Domain level object naming versus fixation. Silent object naming on the "domain" level into "living" or "manmade" categories from visually presented colored pictures versus fixation. WOEXP: 444.
Domain level object naming versus basic level object naming. Silent object naming on the "domain" level into "living" or "manmade" categories from visually presented colored pictures versus basic level object naming. WOEXP: 446.
WOEXT: 475
Recognition of the previously shown objects with different location versus with changing objects. Recognition of different spatial configurations of faces and and pictures of tools from previously shown pairs versus pairs with the same spatial relationship but with changing objects. WOEXP: 447.
WOEXT: 476
Recognition of new spatial configuration versus old configurations. Recognition of new different spatial configurations of faces and and pictures of tools from previously shown pairs versus old spatial configurations. WOEXP: 448.
WOEXT: 477
Recognition of old spatial configuration versus new configurations. Recognition of old repeated spatial configurations of faces and and pictures of tools from previously shown pairs versus new spatial configurations. WOEXP: 449.
WOEXT: 481
Empathy and forgiveness judgements. Judgements of visually displayed sentences about empathic and forgiveness situations with button press versus judgement involving social reasoning. WOEXP: 452.
WOEXT: 482
Empathic judgements. Judgements of visually displayed sentences about empathic situations with button press versus judgement involving social reasoning. WOEXP: 450.
WOEXT: 483
Forgiveness judgements. Judgements of visually displayed sentences about forgiveness situations with button press versus judgement involving social reasoning. WOEXP: 451.
WOEXT: 484
Multimodal sensory change. Change between stimuli that are either visual, auditory or tactile. WOEXP: 456.
WOEXT: 485
Visual change. Change between two simple abstract shapes, one red and one blue visually presented on a screen versus change in auditory or tactile stimuli. WOEXP: 453.
WOEXT: 486
Auditory change. Change between two sounds, running water and croaking frogs versus change in visual or tactile stimuli. WOEXP: 454.
WOEXT: 487
Tactile change. Change between two tactile stimuli on the left leg with the two side of a brush versus change in visual or auditory stimuli. WOEXP: 455.
WOEXT: 488
Negative affect, study 1. Correlation between resting state blood flow and Negative Affect as the self-rated factor for irritability, anxiety and anger measured by Positive Affect Negative Affect Schedule. WOEXP: 460.
Negative affect, study 2. Correlation between resting state blood flow and Negative Affect as the self-rated factor for irritability, anxiety and anger measured by Positive Affect Negative Affect Schedule. WOEXP: 461.
WOEXT: 489
Tension-anxiety, study 1. Correlation between resting state blood flow and tension-anxiety during scanning session as measured with the Profile of Mood States. WOEXP: 462.
Tension-anxiety, study 2. Correlation between resting state blood flow and tension-anxiety during scanning session as measured with the Profile of Mood States. WOEXP: 463.
WOEXT: 490
Active elbow movement versus passive movement. Active flexion and extension movements of the elbow of the right arm paced by a metronome versus passive movement. WOEXP: 464.
Active elbow movement versus rest. Active flexion and extension movements of the elbow of the right arm paced by a metronome versus rest. WOEXP: 465.
WOEXT: 492
Passive elbow movement versus rest. Passive flexion and extension of the elbow of the right arm by a torque motor and with the sound of a metronome versus rest. WOEXP: 466.
WOEXT: 494
Nonconscious encoding of face-word associations. Nonconscious encoding of brief visual presented face-word pairs where the words indicated occupation versus nonconscious viewing of faces. WOEXP: 467.
WOEXT: 495
Nonconscious retrieval of face-word associations. Nonconscious retrieval of brief visual presented face-word pairs where the words indicated occupation during the guessing of the occupation category from faces versus guessing of occupation category from nonconscious viewed faces not associated with occupations. WOEXP: 469.
WOEXT: 503
Fearful body expression. Viewing videos og fearful whole-body expressions versus viewing emotionally neural action. WOEXP: 471.
WOEXT: 505
Audio-visual speech with high congruent and low ingruent response. Heard speech and lip movements with supra-additive response to congruent signals and sub-additive response to incongruent signals. WOEXP: 472.
Audio-visual speech with high congruent response. Heard speech and lip movements with supra-additive response to congruent signals. WOEXP: 473.
Bimodal audiovisual speech-reading. Simultaneous hearing and seeing with lip-reading of digits versus unimodal viewing or unimodal hearing digits. WOEXP: 499.
WOEXT: 507
Audio-visual speech with high congruent and low ingruent response. Heard speech and lip movements with supra-additive response to congruent signals and sub-additive response to incongruent signals. WOEXP: 472.
Audio-visual speech with high congruent response. Heard speech and lip movements with supra-additive response to congruent signals. WOEXP: 473.
Audio-visual speech low incongruent response. Heard speech and lip movements with sub-additive response to incongruent signals. WOEXP: 474.
Bimodal audiovisual speech-reading. Simultaneous hearing and seeing with lip-reading of digits versus unimodal viewing or unimodal hearing digits. WOEXP: 499.
WOEXT: 508
Fearful face recognition with ketamine drug. Fearful face recognition after ketamine-induced emotional blunting versus neutral face recognition after ketamine infusion. WOEXP: 477.
Neutral face recognition versus fearful with ketamine drug. Neutral face recognition after ketamine-induced emotional blunting versus fearful face recognition after ketamine infusion. WOEXP: 478.
Neutral face recognition with ketamine versus fearful with placebo drug. Neutral face recognition after ketamine-induced emotional blunting versus with placebo infusion and fearful face recognition after ketamine infusion. WOEXP: 480.
WOEXT: 509
Fearful face recognition with placebo drug. Fearful face recognition after placebo infusion versus neutral face recognition after placebo infusion. WOEXP: 475.
Fearful face recognition with ketamine drug. Fearful face recognition after ketamine-induced emotional blunting versus neutral face recognition after ketamine infusion. WOEXP: 477.
Fearful face recognition with placebo drug versus with ketamine. Fearful face recognition after placebo infusion versus neutral face recognition after placebo infusion and fearful face recognition with ketamine. WOEXP: 479.
Fearful faces. Categorization of fearful face versus happy faces. WOEXP: 481.
WOEXT: 512
Happy faces correlated with extraversion. Categorization of happy face correlated with extraversion NEO personality trait. WOEXP: 482.
WOEXT: 518
Encoding of word-paires with easy distractor. Memory encoding of heard word pairs consisting of category and uncommon exemplar for later recall during an easy distraction task where a joystick should be moved to completely predictable positions on a screen versus passive listening to word-pairs with distraction task. WOEXP: 488.
Encoding of word-paires with difficult distractor. Memory encoding of heard word pairs consisting of category and uncommon exemplar for later recall during an difficult distraction task where a joystick should be moved to randomly placed positions on a screen versus passive listening to word-pairs with distraction task. WOEXP: 489.
WOEXT: 519
Recall of word-pair associates. Recall of exemplars cued from category labels based on previously presented word-pairs associates versus word repetition. WOEXP: 490.
Task-related episodic retrieval versus semantic. Episodic retrieval with a decision whether a visually presented word was presented in an encoding list with right hand button response versus semantic retrieval. WOEXP: 565.
WOEXT: 520
Sniffing. 1.5s sniffing of non-odorized clean air to the instructions on a screen. WOEXP: 494.
WOEXT: 521
Smelling. Sniffing with the presence of an odorant and button response in accordance with instructions presented on a screen versus sniffing witout an odorant. WOEXP: 495.
WOEXT: 525
Auditory threat-related presented words in 10 subjects. Auditory presentation of threat-related words versus emotionally neutral words. WOEXP: 501.
Auditory threat-related presented words, subject a. Auditory presentation of threat-related words versus emotionally neutral words. WOEXP: 502.
Auditory threat-related presented words, subject b. Auditory presentation of threat-related words versus emotionally neutral words. WOEXP: 503.
Auditory threat-related presented words, subject c. Auditory presentation of threat-related words versus emotionally neutral words. WOEXP: 504.
Auditory threat-related presented words, subject d. Auditory presentation of threat-related words versus emotionally neutral words. WOEXP: 505.
Auditory threat-related presented words, subject e. Auditory presentation of threat-related words versus emotionally neutral words. WOEXP: 506.
Auditory threat-related presented words, subject f. Auditory presentation of threat-related words versus emotionally neutral words. WOEXP: 507.
Auditory threat-related presented words, subject g. Auditory presentation of threat-related words versus emotionally neutral words. WOEXP: 508.
Auditory threat-related presented words, subject h. Auditory presentation of threat-related words versus emotionally neutral words. WOEXP: 509.
Threat-related words in panic disorder patients versus controls. Panic disorder patients listening to threat-related words and making silent judgment on the valence versus listening to neutral words and listening to threat-related words in control subjects. WOEXP: 514.
Threat-related words in controls versus panic disorder patients. Control subjects listening to threat-related words and making silent judgment on the valence versus listening to neutral words and listening to threat-related words in panic disorder patients. WOEXP: 515.
WOEXT: 526
Implicit Learning of a hidden rule. Implicit learning of an abstract hidden structure in an sequency of visually presented digit and with button press response. WOEXP: 511.
WOEXT: 527
Skill acquisition. Skill acquisition based on fixed stimulus-response mappings in an abstract number sequence with visually presented digits and button pressing for response. WOEXP: 512.
WOEXT: 529
Violation effect. Violation effect with violating the abstract hidden structure in a sequence of number presented visually and with button press as response. WOEXP: 513.
WOEXT: 530
Generate word beginning with a given letter. Verbal fluency: Generate word beginning with given letter versus simple repetition of heard word. WOEXP: 31.
Generate word beginning with given letter versus antonym generation. Verbal fluency: Generate word beginning with given letter versus antonym word generation. WOEXP: 32.
Verbal fluency. Naming words beginning with a given letter while focusing on a cross on a screen versus reading color words. WOEXP: 539.
WOEXT: 531
Word repetition. Word repetition versus generate word with given first letter. WOEXP: 33.
WOEXT: 533
Theory of mind stories versus unlinked sentences. Story comprehension during silent reading and question answering of visually presented stories necessitating the attribution of mental states versus reading of unlinked setences. WOEXP: 518.
'Physical' stories versus unlinked sentences. Story comprehension during silent reading and question answering of visually presented stories versus reading of unlinked setences. WOEXP: 519.
WOEXT: 534
Increases in rapid auditory processing. Linear increase as a function of compression/presentation speed of auditorily presented sentences that were to be determine semantically true with button press. WOEXP: 524.
Nonlinear ('convex') response in rapid auditory processing. Nonlinear (reverse U-shaped) response as a function of compression/presentation speed of auditorily presented sentences that were to be determine semantically true with button press. WOEXP: 525.
Rhyme judgement and nonlinear ('convex') response in rapid auditory processing. Conjunction between rhyme judgment of visually presented words pairs and nonlinear (reverse U-shaped) response as a function of compression/presentation speed of auditorily presented sentences that were to be determine semantically true with button press. WOEXP: 526.
Rhyme judgement and linear increase response in rapid auditory processing. Conjunction between rhyme judgment of visually presented words pairs and linear increase response as a function of compression/presentation speed of auditorily presented sentences that were to be determine semantically true with button press. WOEXP: 527.
WOEXT: 535
Homophone judgement. Homophone judgement from chinese characters presented visually versus font size judgment. WOEXP: 528.
WOEXT: 536
Initial-consonant judgement. Initial-consonant judgement from chinese characters presented visually versus font size judgment. WOEXP: 529.
WOEXT: 537
Passive versus active, hypothesis generation group. Passive state with simulus versus active states in connection with visual information processing task: same-different discrimination, visual search, spatial attention, language, memory, cross-modal imagery. hypothesis generation group. WOEXP: 530.
Passive versus active, hypothesis generation and testing group with replication. Passive state with simulus versus active states in connection with visual information processing task: same-different discrimination, visual search, spatial attention, language, memory, cross-modal imagery. hypothesis generation and testing group. WOEXP: 531.
Passive versus active. Hypothesis generation and testing group versus hypothesis generation group. Passive state with simulus versus active states in connection with visual information processing task: same-different discrimination, visual search, spatial attention, language, memory, cross-modal imagery. Areas where changes where seen in the combined hypothesis generation and testing group but not in the hypothesis generation group alone. WOEXP: 532.
WOEXT: 539
Motion verb sentences versus static sentences. Hearing motion verb sentences and button press response versus hearing sentences with static meaning. WOEXP: 534.
Motion verb sentences versus meaningless sentences. Hearing motion verb sentences and button press response versus hearing meaningless sentences. WOEXP: 535.
WOEXT: 541
Stroop's test. Naming the color of incongruent color words versus naming the color of matching color words. WOEXP: 538.
WOEXT: 542
Happiness from films. Happiness generated from viewing silent color feature film involving a joyous romantic reconciliation versus view neutral films and recalling neutral autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 543.
WOEXT: 543
Disgust from films. Disgust generated from viewing silent color feature film with a scene depicting a rat cravling on a sleeping man versus view neutral films and recalling neutral autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 545.
WOEXT: 544
Sadness from films. Sadness generated from viewing silent color feature film involving grieving a friend who committed suicide by hanging versus view neutral films and recalling neutral autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 544.
WOEXT: 545
Happiness from recall. Happiness generated from recalling happy autobiographical memories from scripts versus view neutral films and recalling neutral autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 546.
WOEXT: 546
Disgust from recall. Disgust generated from recalling disgust autobiographical memories from scripts versus view neutral films and recalling neutral autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 548.
WOEXT: 547
Sadness from recall. Sadness generated from recalling sad autobiographical memories from scripts versus view neutral films and recalling neutral autobiographical memories. WOEXP: 547.
WOEXT: 549
Semantic versus case. Decision whether a visually presented word is abstract or concrete with right hand response button press versus decision based on the case of the letters in the word. WOEXP: 550.
Semantic versus syllable counting. Decision whether a visually presented word is abstract or concrete with right hand response button press versus syllable counting. WOEXP: 554.
Semantic versus syllable counting via case judgment. Decision whether a visually presented word is abstract or concrete with right hand response button press versus syllable counting with case judgment as double subtracted. WOEXP: 558.
Semantic versus pseudoword syllable counting via case judgment. Decision whether a visually presented word is abstract or concrete with right hand response button press versus syllable counting of peudowords with case judgment as double subtracted. WOEXP: 560.
WOEXT: 551
Syllable counting versus case judgment. Counting the number of syllables in a visually presented word versus decision based on the case of the letters in the word. WOEXP: 552.
Syllable counting versus semantic judgment. Syllable counting of visually presented words and button press with right hand versus decision whether a visually presented word is abstract or concrete. WOEXP: 555.
Pseudoword syllable counting versus case judgment. Counting the number of syllables in a visually presented pseudoword versus decision based on the case of the letters in the word. WOEXP: 556.
Syllable counting versus semantic judgment via case judgment. Syllable counting of visually presented words and button press with right hand versus decision whether a visually presented word is abstract or concrete with case judgment as double subtraction. WOEXP: 559.
Pseudoword syllable counting versus semantic judgment via case judgment. Syllable counting of visually presented pseudowords and button press with right hand versus decision whether a visually presented word is abstract or concrete with case judgment as double subtraction. WOEXP: 561.
WOEXT: 552
Case versus semantic. Decision based on the case of the letters in the word with right hand button press versuswhether a visually presented word is abstract or concrete. WOEXP: 551.
Case judgment versus syllable counting. Case judgment of letters from visually presented words with button press versus counting the number of syllables in a visually presented word. WOEXP: 553.
Case judgment versus pseudoword syllable counting. Case judgment of letters from visually presented words with button press versus counting the number of syllables in a visually presented pseudoword. WOEXP: 557.
WOEXT: 553
Unfair game offers. Unfair monetary offers from a human partner in an ultimatum game versus fair offers. WOEXP: 562.
WOEXT: 554
Item-related memory during episodic retrieval with old words versus new. Episodic retrieval with a decision whether a visually presented word was previously presented with right hand button response for previously presented words versus new words not presented before. WOEXP: 567.
Item-related memory during episodic retrieval with words for living versus nonliving things. Episodic retrieval with a decision whether a visually presented word was previously presented with right hand button response with words for living versus nonliving things. WOEXP: 568.
Item-related memory during semantic retrieval with old words versus new. Semantic retrieval with a decision whether a visually presented word was refering to a living or nonliving thing with right hand button response for previously presented words versus new words not presented before. WOEXP: 569.
Item-related memory during semantic retrieval with new words versus old. Semantic retrieval with a decision whether a visually presented word was refering to a living or nonliving thing with right hand button response for new words versus old previously presented words. WOEXP: 570.
Item-related memory during semantic retrieval with word for living versus nonliving things. Semantic retrieval with a decision whether a visually presented word was refering to a living or nonliving thing with right hand button response for living versus nonliving things. WOEXP: 571.
Item-related memory during semantic retrieval with word for nonliving things versus living. Semantic retrieval with a decision whether a visually presented word was refering to a living or nonliving thing with right hand button response for nonliving things versus living. WOEXP: 572.
WOEXT: 558
Pointing to previous target versus fixation. Movement of a stylus with the right hand for the movement of a screen cursor from a central fixation point to a target in the periphery shown in the previous round versus passive fixation. WOEXP: 574.
Pointing to previous target versus immediate target. Movement of a stylus with the right hand for the movement of a screen cursor from a central fixation point to a target in the periphery shown in the previous round versus movement to a target shown just prior to the movement. WOEXP: 575.
WOEXT: 561
Speech rate positive correlation. Positive correlation with word rate during overt fluent speech about whatever come to mind when viewing Rorschach inkblot plates. WOEXP: 577.
WOEXT: 562
Immediate reward. Choice with immediate reward available with selections visual presented and choices made by pressing one of two buttons versus with no immediate reward available. WOEXP: 579.
WOEXT: 563
Delayed reward. Choice with reward but immediate reward with selections visual presented and choises made by pressing one of two buttons. WOEXP: 580.
WOEXT: 564
Phonemic verbal fluency versus rest. Generate words covertly without articulation cued with a given letter. WOEXP: 582.
Phonemic fluency versus semantic fluency. Generate words covertly without articulation cued with a given letter versus cued from a category. WOEXP: 583.
WOEXT: 565
Semantic verbal fluency versus rest. Generate words covertly without articulation cued with a broad category, such as animals, fruits and kitchen utensils. WOEXP: 581.
Semantic fluency versus phonemic fluency. Generate words covertly without articulation cued with a broad category, such as animals, fruits and kitchen utensils versus cued with a letter. WOEXP: 584.
WOEXT: 566
Lying. Lying during a guilty knowledge test with right-thumb button press to visual presented questions and display of playing cards versus answering truthfully. WOEXP: 586.
WOEXT: 567
Divided attention versus focused attention. Either attend to both ears or attend to left or right ear and press a button when the target stimulus appeared. WOEXP: 36.
WOEXT: 568
Focused attention versus divided attention. Either attend to both ears or attend to left or right ear and press a button when the target stimulus appeared. WOEXP: 37.
Focused attention to left ear versus focused attention to right ear. Attend to sound and press a button when the target stimulus appeared. WOEXP: 43.

Orphans

Object decision. Decision whether a picture represented an object or a non-object. WOEXP: 2.

Visual artefact object. Decision or categorization of visual artefact. WOEXP: 4.

Visual artefact object. Decision or categorization of visual artefact. WOEXP: 5.

Visual exploration versus saccades. Visual search exploration versus saccade eye movement. WOEXP: 6.

Regions correlating with superior colliculus activity. Regions correlating with superior colliculus activity under the condition of visual search but not saccadic eye movements. WOEXP: 8.

Sensorimotor willed action. Willed action assessed with sensorimotor task: random versus repeat. WOEXP: 13.

Holistic integration. Holistic integration of visual elements to perceptual wholes (single objects). WOEXP: 14.

First-person perspectives. First-person perspective simulation versus Third-person. WOEXP: 20.

Verbal numerical notation. Verbal notation versus Arabic notation of numbers. WOEXP: 23.

Arabic numerical notation. Arabic notation versus verbal notation of numbers. WOEXP: 24.

Distance effect in number decision.. Distance effect when deciding which number is the largest. WOEXP: 25.

Monotonic distance effect in number decision.. Monotonic distance effect when deciding which number is the largest. WOEXP: 26.

Monotonic distance effect in number decision. Monotonic distance effect when deciding which number is the largest with 7 different distances.. WOEXP: 27.

Attention to consonant-vowels in the left ear versus divided attention. Either attend to both ears or attend to left ear and press a button when the target stimulus appeared. WOEXP: 38.

Attention to consonant-vowels in the right ear versus divided attention. Either attend to both ears or attend to right ear and press a button when the target stimulus appeared. WOEXP: 39.

Attention to musical instrument in the left ear versus divided attention. Either attend to both ears or attend to left ear and press a button when the target stimulus appeared. WOEXP: 40.

Attention to consonant-vowels versus attention to musical instruments. Attend to sound and press a button when the target stimulus appeared. WOEXP: 41.

Attention to musical instruments versus attention to consonant-vowels. Attend to sound and press a button when the target stimulus appeared. WOEXP: 42.

Mirror-reversed text reading versus plain text reading. Lexical decision task determining word or non-word on visually presented either plain text or mirror-reversed text. WOEXP: 44.

Directed gaze versus averted gaze. Determine gender and press button based on photographs of young adults with neutral expressions full face frontal and rotated 30 degrees and with directed and averted gaze. WOEXP: 51.

Frontal head versus deviated head. Determine gender and press button based on photographs of young adults with neutral expressions full face frontal and rotated 30 degrees and with directed and averted gaze. WOEXP: 52.

Auditory oddball. Frequent 1000Hz tones interrupted by infrequent oddball 1500Hz tones which should result in button press. WOEXP: 53.

Supraliminal visual verbal stimulus versus subliminal visual verbal stimulus. Short visual verbal with intended subliminal (43ms) and intended supraliminal (86ms) stimuli. WOEXP: 66.

Subliminal visual verbal stimulus versus supraliminar visual verbal stimulus. Short visual verbal with intended supraliminal (86ms) and intended subliminal (43ms) stimuli. WOEXP: 190.

Mental rotation of 3D figures versus rest. Deciding whether pairs or visual stimuli were the same or mirrored indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand. WOEXP: 78.

Mental rotation of abstract figures versus rest. Deciding whether pairs or visual stimuli were the same or mirrored indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand. WOEXP: 79.

Mental rotation of letters figures versus rest. Deciding whether pairs or visual stimuli were the same or mirrored indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand. WOEXP: 80.

Determining whether a pair of visual objects are the same versus rest. Deciding whether pairs or visual stimuli were the same or not indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand. WOEXP: 81.

Dots counting. Deciding whether the left or the right side contained more dots indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand. WOEXP: 82.

Mental rotation of 3D figures versus object determination or dots counting. Deciding whether visual stimuli were the same or mirrored indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand. WOEXP: 83.

Mental rotation of abstract figures versus object determination or dots counting. Deciding whether visual stimuli were the same or mirrored indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand. WOEXP: 84.

Mental rotation of letters versus object determination or dots counting. Deciding whether visual stimuli were the same or mirrored indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand. WOEXP: 85.

Mental rotation of figures versus object determination or dots counting. Deciding whether visual stimuli were the same or mirrored indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand. WOEXP: 86.

Consonant-vowels versus simple tones. Detection of target consonant-vowel by pressing a button during dichotic presentation with consonant-vowels and musical instruments. WOEXP: 87.

Musical instruments versus simple tones. Detection of target musical instrument by pressing a button during dichotic presentation with consonant-vowels and musical instruments. WOEXP: 88.

Passively viewed scenes. Passive viewing of outdoor scenes, furnished rooms, landscapes and landmarks. WOEXP: 89.

Photographs of houses versus faces and chairs. Conjunction between passive viewing and delayed match-to sample of gray-scale photographs versus scrambled pictures and house versus faces and chairs, with matching choice indicated by pressing a button with the right or left thumb. WOEXP: 90.

Photographs of chairs versus houses and faces. Conjunction between passive viewing and delayed match-to sample of gray-scale photographs versus scrambled pictures and chairs versus houses and faces, with matching choice indicated by pressing a button with the right of left thumb. WOEXP: 92.

Photographs and line drawings of houses versus faces and chairs. Conjunction between delayed match-to sample of gray-scale photographs and line drawings versus scrambled pictures and house versus faces and chairs, with matching choice indicated by pressing a button with the right of left thumb. WOEXP: 93.

Photographs and line drawings of faces versus houses and chairs. Conjunction between delayed match-to sample of gray-scale photographs and line drawings versus scrambled pictures and faces versus houses and chairs, with matching choice indicated by pressing a button with the right of left thumb. WOEXP: 94.

Photographs and line drawings of chairs versus houses and faces. Conjunction between delayed match-to sample of gray-scale photographs and line drawings versus scrambled pictures and chairs versus houses and faces, with matching choice indicated by pressing a button with the right of left thumb. WOEXP: 95.

Visual object decision. Visual object decision with novel and chimeric, natural and artefact line drawings versus pattern discrimination. WOEXP: 96.

Difficult chimeric visual object decision. Visual object decision with difficult chimeric object versus easy novel objects. WOEXP: 97.

Difficult chimeric natural visual object decision. Visual object decision with difficult chimeric natural object versus easy novel objects. WOEXP: 98.

Difficult chimeric artefact visual object decision. Visual object decision with difficult chimeric artefact object versus easy novel objects. WOEXP: 99.

Mental transformation of size. One-back match-to-sample task with different sized line pattern versus matching of same size line patterns. WOEXP: 100.

Large line patterns. One-back match-to-sample task with large line patterns versus small line patterns. WOEXP: 101.

Small line patterns. One-back match-to-sample task with small line patterns versus large line patterns. WOEXP: 102.

Reflection on famous third person personality traits. Reflection on personality traits of famous third person versus reflection on one's own personality traits. WOEXP: 104.

Reflection on physical appearance of a famous third person. Reflection on physical appearance of famous third person versus reflection on one's own physical appearance. WOEXP: 106.

Covariation to precuneus during self-reflection. . WOEXP: 107.

Covariation to anterior cingulate gyrus during self-reflection. . WOEXP: 108.

Interaction between category (artefact versus natural) and task type (categorization versus naming). Object naming and categorization of visually presented artefacts and natural objects. WOEXP: 115.

Word identification versus word recognition. Read visually presented words aloud versus responding to visually presented words that either have been presented before or not. WOEXP: 121.

Newly learned occupation of people versus occupation of famous people. Retrieval and whispering of newly learned occupation of unfamilar people from presented photographs of faces and previously memorized association between face and name. WOEXP: 139.

Deactivations in romantic love. Viewing of colored pictures of three friends of the same sex as their loved partner versus viewing pictures of the faces of boy- or girlfriend (loved once). WOEXP: 177.

Relative metabolic increases in Alzheimer's disease. Relative metabolic differences between Alzheimer's disease patients and controls. WOEXP: 192.

No pain after thalamic stimulation versus chronic facial pain. No pain after thalamic stimulation in the left ventroposterior medial thalamic nucleus (-7, -20, +2) versus chronic pain in the right side of the face. WOEXP: 194.

Thalamic stimulation for pain relief. Thalamic stimulation in the left ventroposterior medial thalamic nucleus (-7, -20, +2) for facial pain relief versus after stimulation an still with no pain. WOEXP: 195.

Controls versus London taxi drivers. Gray matter volume in controls not driving taxi versus London taxi drivers with extensive navigation experience versus controls. WOEXP: 197.

Valid cue-induced visuospatial expectancy without anticipatory bias versus with anticipatory bias. Valid cue-induced visuospatial expectancy without anticipatory bias where a centrally presented diamond on the screen indicated valid cues for a peripheral target and where the response was not significantly faster versus trials where response was significantly faster. Response was made by pushing a button.. WOEXP: 203.

Negative correlation with pain threshold. . WOEXP: 247.

Free-viewing versus fixation. Free-viewing during color minus shape matching task versus fixation during task. WOEXP: 252.

Decreases in self-paced button press while listening to tones. Decreases in self-paced button presses with the thumb of the right hand versus no movement. Both condition when listening to tones. WOEXP: 257.

Predictable tones versus unpredictable. Predictable tones dependent on self-paced button presses versus random unpredictable tones independent of button press. WOEXP: 259.

Negative interaction between predictable tones and button press. Negative interaction between predictable tones and self-paced button presses versus no button presses and random tones with button press. WOEXP: 261.

Deactivation in amusement film viewing versus neutral film viewing. Passive viewing of 2.5 minute emotional film clips. WOEXP: 280.

Deactivation in sadness film viewing versus neutral film viewing. Passive viewing of 2.5 minute emotional film clips. WOEXP: 283.

Mildly depressed cancer patients. Cancer patients that might be mildly depressed versus patients with chronic hepatitis. WOEXP: 293.

Unfamiliar faces. Viewing unfamiliar faces an indicating success with a button press versus viewing familiar faces. WOEXP: 306.

Neutral face viewing versus happy face viewing. Viewing neutral emotional face and indication with a button press versus viewing happy faces. WOEXP: 308.

Neutral face viewing versus sad face viewing. Viewing neutral emotional face and indication with a button press versus viewing sad faces. WOEXP: 309.

Decrease during viewing conditioned snake and spider video. Decrease in activation during viewing snake and spider video conditioned with an electric shock to the second phalanx of the right index and long fingers versus viewing video before conditioning. WOEXP: 311.

Warmth on left hand versus heat. Warm thermal stimulus on dorsal surface of the left hand with and without a Stroop task versus heat pain. WOEXP: 313.

Warmth on left volar forearm versus heat pain. 40 degrees Celsius warmth on the volar forearm with fentanyl or placebo versus 47-48 hot pain. WOEXP: 315.

Decrease during robbery re-experience. Viewing neutral video of people walking in a park versus viewing a video showing a previously experienced bank-robbery. WOEXP: 322.

Obsessive compulsive disorder, negative correlation. Negative correlation with obsessive compulsive disorder symptom intensities while contaminants placed in folded hands. WOEXP: 324.

Decreases during 100 Hz vibration on left forearm. Decreases during 100 Hz vibration on ventral surface of the left forearm. WOEXP: 365.

Stage 1 sleep decreases. Decreases during stage 1 sleep with and without hypnagogic hallucinations versus awake. WOEXP: 386.

Decreased benzodiazepine receptor binding in panic disorder. Decreased benzodiazepine receptor binding in panic disorder in panic disorder patients versus normal control subjects. WOEXP: 389.

Negative correlation between benzodiazepine receptor binding and anxiety in panic disorder. Negative correlation between benzodiazepine receptor binding and anxiety score (panic attack symptom scale) in panic disorder patients. WOEXP: 391.

Decreased in 5-HT2A binding in recovered anorexia nervosa females. Decreased in 5-HT2A binding in recovered anorexia nervosa females compared to healthy control females. WOEXP: 405.

Negative age-citalopram dependence. Negative correlation with age of 40mg citalopram administration. WOEXP: 426.

Harm avoidance negative correlation. Negative correlation with harm avoidance as assessed with the Japanese version of the Cloninger's Temperament and Character Inventory. WOEXP: 458.

Reward dependence negative correlation. Negative correlation with reward dependence as assessed with the Japanese version of the Cloninger's Temperament and Character Inventory. WOEXP: 459.

Nonconscious viewing of faces versus nonconscious encoding of face-word associations. Nonconscious viewing of faces versus nonconscious encoding of brief visual presented face-word pairs where the words indicated occupation. WOEXP: 468.

Guessing occupation from faces versus nonconscious retrieval of face-word associations. Guessing of occupation category from nonconscious viewed faces not associated with occupations versus nonconscious retrieval of brief visual presented face-word pairs where the words indicated occupation during the guessing of the occupation category from faces. WOEXP: 470.

Unimodal audio or visual perception of digits. Unimodal viewing or hearing digits versus simultaneous hearing and seeing with lip-reading. WOEXP: 500.

Unlinked sentences versus stories. Silent reading of unlinked sentences versus story comprehension during silent reading and question answering of visually presented stories. WOEXP: 521.

Decreases in rapid auditory processing. Linear decrease as a function of compression/presentation speed of auditorily presented sentences that were to be determine semantically true with button press. WOEXP: 523.

Normals versus posttraumatic stress disporder. Normals versus posttraumatic stress disorder patients during traumatic memory recall through script-driven imagery. WOEXP: 533.

Intelligence and gray matter volume negative correlation. Full-scale intellegence measured with either Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-III or Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised correlated inversely with gray matter volume. WOEXP: 564.

Immediate pointing versus previous target pointing. Movement of a stylus with the right hand for the movement of a screen cursor from a central fixation point to an immediate target in the periphery versus movement to a target from the previous presentation. WOEXP: 576.

Speech rate negative correlation. Negative correlation with word rate during overt fluent speech about whatever come to mind when viewing Rorschach inkblot plates. WOEXP: 578.



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