Most viewed Psychology articles in July 2015

Manipulation gesture effect in visual and auditory presentations: the link between tools in perceptual and motor tasks
Amandine E Rey*, Kévin Roche*, Rémy Versace, and Hanna Chainay

 
Audiovisual crossmodal cuing effects in front and rear space
Jae Lee*, and Charles Spence

 
Self-reported sleep duration mitigates the association between inflammation and cognitive functioning in hospitalized older men
Joseph Michael Dzierzewski*, Yeonsu Song, Constance H. Fung, Juan Carlos Rodriguez, Stella Jouldjian, Cathy A. Alessi, Elizabeth C. Breen, Michael R. Irwin, and Jennifer L. Martin

 
Olfactory asymmetric dysfunction in early Parkinson patients affected by unilateral disorder
Gesualdo M Zucco*, Francesco Rovatti, and Richard J. Stevenson

 
Deceit and facial expression in children: the enabling role of the “poker face” child and the dependent personality of the detector
Marien Gadea*, Marta Aliño, Raúl Espert, and Alicia Salvador

 
Deriving meaning from others’ emotions: attribution, appraisal, and the use of emotions as social information
Evert A. van Doorn*, Gerben A. van Kleef*, and Joop van der Pligt

 
Cognitive training for children with ADHD: a randomized controlled trial of cogmed working memory training and ‘paying attention in class’
Marthe Van Der Donk*, Anne-Claire Hiemstra-Beernink, Ariane Tjeenk-Kalff, Aryan Van Der Leij, and Ramón Lindauer

 
Engagement in dance is associated with emotional competence in interplay with others
Eva Bojner Horwitz*, Anna-Karin Lennartsson, Töres P.G. Theorell, and Fredrik Ullén

 
One size does not fit all: older adults benefit from redundant text in multimedia instruction
Barbara Fenesi, Susan Vandermorris, Joseph A. Kim, David I. Shore, and Jennifer J. Heisz*

 
Investigating the role of self-construal in the formation of entrepreneurial intentions
Leonidas A Zampetakis*, Konstantinos Kafetsios, Manolis Lerakis, and Vassilis Moustakis

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