Filters








144,885 Hits in 1.8 sec

Cue Convergence

Jaeho Cho, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Dhavan V. Shah, Douglas M. McLeod
2006 Communication Research  
The results across these two measures provide support for a theory of associative priming via cue convergence.  ...  Findings indicate the convergence of immigrant and extremist cues not only yield stronger associations between group evaluations, social intolerance, immigration opposition, and minority disempowerment  ...  convergence condition than the cue divergence conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0093650206287075 fatcat:v4b7h7k3tfadlf2rmlyqxkpvxe

Convergence as a cue to depth

Whitman Richards, John F. Miller
1969 Perception & Psychophysics  
A test that presents conflicting monocular and vergence cues to depth shows that approximately two-thirds of the population can use convergence as a cue to depth.  ...  The remaining one-third apparently cannot use this cue.  ...  Rather than attempt to isolate the convergence cue, the test described here specifically includes not only cues for convergence, but also other cues to depth, such as size and intensity of a "point" source  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03209573 fatcat:ga62fwkkmferzh45gzu54fx77m

A comparison of accommodative and fusional convergence as cues to distance

Walter C. Gogel, Richard D. Sturm
1972 Perception & Psychophysics  
It is possible that fusional convergence provides a more precise cue to distance than does accommodative convergence.  ...  In the present study, the cue used to oppose the distance cues of accommodation and convergence is that of relative size.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03210366 fatcat:b2wyjqkahjggriklgvqawe2slm

The use of cues to convergence and accommodation in naïve, uninstructed participants

Anna M. Horwood, Patricia M. Riddell
2008 Vision Research  
Blur, disparity and looming cues were presented in combination or separately to asses their contributions to the total near response in a within-subjects design.  ...  Introduction Ocular convergence and accommodation occur in response to cues from the visual environment as a target approaches.  ...  via the convergence accommodation/convergence (CA/C) crosslink (Crone, 1973; Fincham & Walton, 1957; Judge, 1996; Semmlow & Wetzel, 1979) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.visres.2008.04.023 pmid:18538815 pmcid:PMC4533892 fatcat:slp56wjcjzfafdbaqsdazzejxm

Convergence and Accommodation Elicited by Monocular Depth Cues
単眼視手がかりによる奥行き知覚時の近見反応

Tadashi Yuguchi, Takashi Watanabe, Kazuhiko Ukai, Hiroyasu Ujike
2004 Vision  
doi:10.24636/vision.16.3_165 fatcat:ybt27ze7ebh3pcwv5ftbgt4k54

Emoticons as a Non-Verbal Communication Cue in the CMC Environment

Hyewon Lim
2021 Asia-pacific Journal of Convergent Research Interchange  
The purpose of this study is to investigate the roles, functions, and motives of using emoticons in addition to verbal messages in non-face-to-face, Computer-Mediated Communication such as SNS, instant messenger. In a face-to-face communication situation, non-verbal elements of the speakers such as facial expression, gestures, postures are as important as verbal utterances in grasping the speaker's intentions and meanings of conversation. Likewise, in a non-face-to-face, CMC environment, the
more » ... of emoticons is essential to convey subtle messages such as emotions and attitudes that is hard to grasp via verbal communication. Such active use of emoticons is related to a strong motivation for communication of the users even in a very limited environment. It was found that the CMC participants are using emoticons in negative situations to mitigate the face-threatening messages and/or to reduce conflicts in human relationships. Emoticons are also used to perform various speech acts such as 'agree', 'disagree', 'compliment', 'blame', 'congratulate', 'apologize', and 'console', through which they serve the function of maintaining the relationship by expanding positive reactions and reducing negative reactions of the other speakers. It can be said that emoticons perform the function of a politeness strategy to show deference and reduce the loss of face of conversation participants. Researches on emoticons from the perspective of linguistics and communication theories have been rare until recently. Just as gestures play a major role in face-to-face communication, emoticons need to be discussed as essential elements in non-verbal communication.
doi:10.47116/apjcri.2021.11.18 fatcat:wkgmnxte25ad3ne5zl2s2m2upq

Interactional convergence in conversational storytelling: when reported speech is a cue of alignment and/or affiliation

Mathilde Guardiola, Roxane Bertrand
2013 Frontiers in Psychology  
The listener's behavior produced within the current activity is a cue of his/her interactional alignment.  ...  This paper investigates how and when interactional convergence is established by participants in conversation.  ...  Although the ERS doesn't exhibit explicit cues of reported speech, it would be irrelevant in the present dialogue.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00705 pmid:24115939 pmcid:PMC3792362 fatcat:6q7zhg2dvzef7o2am6ovaso4gq

Prefrontal Cholinergic Mechanisms Instigating Shifts from Monitoring for Cues to Cue-Guided Performance: Converging Electrochemical and fMRI Evidence from Rats and Humans

W. M. Howe, A. S. Berry, J. Francois, G. Gilmour, J. M. Carp, M. Tricklebank, C. Lustig, M. Sarter
2013 Journal of Neuroscience  
This finding suggests that these transients mediate shifts from a state of perceptual attention, or monitoring for cues, to cue-evoked activation of response rules and the generation of a cue-directed  ...  These cross-species studies link a cholinergic response to a prefrontal BOLD activation and indicate that these interrelated mechanisms mediate the integration of external cues with internal representations  ...  In summary, converging evidence from three measures of neuronal activity in two species indicates that transient right PFC activity is involved in shifts from monitoring to cue-associated processing.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.5809-12.2013 pmid:23678117 pmcid:PMC3690786 fatcat:7fdnztemfzflfjhybqjtuua4fm

The use of size matching to demonstrate the effectiveness of accommodation and convergence as cues for distance

Hans Wallach, Lucretia Floor
1971 Perception & Psychophysics  
The use of size matching to demonstrate the effectiveness of accommodation and convergence as cues for distance* The capacity of accommodation and convergence to serve as cues to distance was assessed.  ...  The work to be reported was undertaken to clarify the role of accommodation and convergence as distance cues.  ...  In the absence of distance cues, S, asked to make size matches, in effect matches image sizes. 3.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03210326 fatcat:scdcdmnn55al7avtwbojkvln3y

Depth discrimination of constant angular size stimuli in action space: role of accommodation and convergence cues

Abdeldjallil Naceri, Alessandro Moscatelli, Ryad Chellali
2015 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
The difference in the discriminability of the stimuli was likely due to different contributions of the convergence and the accommodation cues in the two environments.  ...  , namely the convergence, binocular disparity and accommodation cues.  ...  In contrast to this, the two cues were not in conflict in the real environment. This suggests that accommodation and convergence cues provide a reliable cue to depth information in action space.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2015.00511 pmid:26441608 pmcid:PMC4584972 fatcat:bjp3r7csbbhi5pltbm63tu4fn4

Converging and competing cues in the acquisition of syntactic structures: the conjoined agent intransitive

CLAIRE NOBLE, FARIA IQBAL, ELENA LIEVEN, ANNA THEAKSTON
2015 Journal of Child Language  
These cues appear to be in competition with each other and the cue that receives the most activation is used to infer the meaning of the construction.  ...  The results suggest that early in development children are sensitive to a first-noun-as-causal-agent cue and animacy cues when interpreting conjoined agent intransitives.  ...  order and animacy converge (Bates & MacWhinney, ) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0305000915000288 pmid:26160674 fatcat:sjp5dvjq5rb6xdmw3uqcqst2cy

Supplemental Material for Convergent Probabilistic Cues Do Not Trigger Syntactic Adaptation: Evidence From Self-Paced Reading

2020 Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition  
doi:10.1037/xlm0000881.supp fatcat:crf53w5ntza53fiys6semglusy

Social cues for creativity: The impact of behavioral mimicry on convergent and divergent thinking

Claire E. Ashton-James, Tanya L. Chartrand
2009 Journal of Experimental Social Psychology  
Specifically, we argue that being mimicked by an interaction partner cues convergent thinking by signalling a social opportunity for collaboration, while not being mimicked cues divergent thinking by signalling  ...  We present behavioral mimicry as a social cue for creative thinking.  ...  (a collaboration cue) will increase convergent thinking, and that not being mimicked (an innovation cue) will increase divergent thinking.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jesp.2009.04.030 fatcat:u6rogxbg7neanmg7pkflrugc2y

Neuronal cell fate specification by the molecular convergence of different spatio-temporal cues on a common initiator terminal selector gene

Johannes Stratmann, Stefan Thor, Claude Desplan
2017 PLoS Genetics  
OPEN ACCESS Citation: Stratmann J, Thor S (2017) Neuronal cell fate specification by the molecular convergence of different spatio-temporal cues on a common initiator terminal selector gene.  ...  Nplp1 neurons are specified by spatial cues; the Hox homeotic network and GATA factor grn, and temporal cues; the hb -> Kr -> Pdm -> cas -> grh temporal cascade.  ...  In addition, studies have revealed that the Hox spatial information can converge with temporal cues to thereby specify neuronal subtypes [11] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1006729 pmid:28414802 pmcid:PMC5411104 fatcat:pvjf4edidjf3npazcv5w5yaywe

Young children's flexible use of semantic cues to word meanings: converging evidence of individual and age differences

GEDEON O. DEÁK, GAYATHRI NARASIMHAM
2013 Journal of Child Language  
DEÁK and GAYATHRI NARASIMHAM Young children's exible use of semantic cues to word meanings: converging evidence of individual and age A B S T R A C T A new test of children's flexible use of semantic  ...  cues for word learning extended previous results.  ...  We do not know whether there are similar age and individual differences with other cues, properties, or stimulus kinds. This leaves open a question of convergent validity (Campbell & Fiske, 1959) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s030500091200075x pmid:23651651 fatcat:hrmjzk7y4bdfndpfqb7ncsmj6i
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 144,885 results