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AbstractAustralia's first psychology department, at The University of Sydney, separated from the philosophy department in the 1920s. The new department attracted large student numbers, its graduates including pacesetters in academic and industrial psychology and in the professional society. It...
AbstractThe present study was designed to investigate the electrocortical correlates of visual anisotropy with particular reference to the anisotropics reported for symmetrical patterns. On the basis of earlier studies of visual evoked potentials (VEPs) to lines of differing orientation, it was...
AbstractWe measured perceived postural orientation in roll in 5 subjects in two conditions which generate perception of bodily roll-tilt: firstly during roll-tilt on a tilt-chair in a 1-g environment, and secondly during constant velocity rotation 1 metre from the axis of rotation on a...
AbstractFollowing a necessarily brief review of evidence for perceptual impairment associated with mild intellectual disability, two experiments are reported. Adults with mild intellectual disability and age- and gender-matched adults with average or above-average intelligence identified 16...
AbstractWe describe five phases of research designed to refine the psychometric properties of the PAC, a measure of psychological adjustment in cancer patients. PAC items were originally generated by modification of an existing diabetes instrument, and item discrimination examined differences...
AbstractThe neuroscientist Roger Sperry argues for a theory of consciousness which sees it as an emergent but not dualist entity, causally efficacious in the production of behaviour. This paper raises three issues: whether a non-metaphysical account of emergent phenomena is possible, whether...
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