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Terms139 terms contributed2016-09-28: Moral Dilemma Task2016-08-26: Chapman Magical Ideation Scale2016-08-26: Continuous Performance Task2016-08-26: Chapman Physical Anhedonia Scale2016-08-26: Chapman Social Anhedonia Scale2016-08-26: Chapman Perceptual Aberration Scale2016-08-26: Chapman Infrequency Scale2016-08-26: Eckblad and Chapman's Hypomanic Personality Scale2016-01-13: Penn Vocabulary Test2016-01-13: WRAT-4 Word Reading2016-01-13: WRAT-4 Math Computation2015-06-25: retinotopic mapping task2015-06-25: spatial working memory localizer task2015-06-25: Sentence/nonword language localizer2015-06-25: multi-object localizer task2015-06-25: Stop signal task with dot motion discrimination2015-06-25: Multi-class n-back task2015-05-20: relational comparison2015-03-06: think/no-think task2014-04-10: Landmark task2014-04-10: Tapping task2014-04-10: Covert verb generation task2014-04-10: Overt word repetition2013-04-23: living/nonliving judgment on mirror-reversed and plain-text words2013-04-23: mirror reading task2013-01-23: attentional bias2013-01-15: articulatory suppression task2012-05-21: delayed memory task2012-05-21: immediate memory task2012-01-28: memory guided saccade task2012-01-28: verbal working memory task2012-01-28: numerosity estimation task2012-01-28: parity judgment task2012-01-28: shadowing task2012-01-28: false belief task2012-01-28: prototype distortion task2012-01-28: relational reasoning task2012-01-28: social judgment task2012-01-28: spatial working memory task2012-01-28: biological motion task2012-01-28: odd-even task2012-01-28: multi-attribute decision making task2012-01-28: bimanual coordination task2012-01-28: 2012-01-28: analogical reasoning task2012-01-28: negative priming task2012-01-28: autobiographical memory task2012-01-28: color naming task2012-01-28: dot motion task2012-01-28: artificial grammar learning task2012-01-28: mirror tracing task2012-01-28: syntactic task2012-01-28: Wason card selection task2012-01-28: gambling task2012-01-28: contextual cueing task2012-01-28: object naming task2012-01-28: prospective memory task2012-01-28: visual search task2012-01-28: stop-change task2012-01-28: phoneme detection task2012-01-28: living-nonliving task2012-01-28: orthographic task2012-01-28: target detection task2012-01-28: face matching task2012-01-28: short-term memory task2012-01-28: general knowledge task2012-01-28: Fitts task2012-01-28: object working memory task2012-01-28: face working memory task2012-01-28: updating task2012-01-28: Raven's Advanced Progressive Matrices2012-01-28: reappraisal task2012-01-28: Cambridge risk task2012-01-28: fame judgment task2012-01-28: passive avoidance task2012-01-28: recency judgment task2012-01-28: word-picture matching task2012-01-28: sentence-picture matching task2012-01-28: global-local task2012-01-28: gender discrimination task2012-01-28: serial reaction time task2012-01-28: semantic memory task2012-01-28: phonemic fluency task2012-01-28: semantic fluency task2012-01-28: phonological task2012-01-28: semantic task2012-01-28: mentalizing task2012-01-28: multisource interference task2012-01-28: conjunction search task2012-01-28: cyberball task2012-01-28: verb generation task2012-01-28: random number generation task2012-01-28: mental arithmetic task2012-01-28: attention switching task2012-01-28: logical reasoning task2012-01-28: phonetic discrimination task2012-01-28: instrumental learning task2012-01-28: spelling task2012-01-28: problem solving task2012-01-28: semantic classification task2012-01-28: abstract/concrete task2012-01-28: recall test2012-01-28: navigation task2012-01-28: categorization task2012-01-28: visually guided saccade task2012-01-28: letter case judgment task2012-01-28: word comprehension task2012-01-28: verbal fluency task2012-01-28: mental imagery task2012-01-28: auditory temporal discrimination task2012-01-28: semantic relatedness task2012-01-28: covert naming task2012-01-28: semantic decision task2012-01-28: monetary incentive delay task2011-11-11: word one-back task2011-11-11: object one-back task2011-11-11: object n-back2011-11-11: abstract/concrete judgment: bilingual2011-08-24: heat stimulation2011-08-24: interoceptive representation2011-08-24: body representation2011-08-09: tactile working memory2011-03-31: rhyme verification task2010-10-06: conditional stop signal task2010-10-06: Probabilistic classification task2010-10-06: mixed gambles task2010-07-16: keep-track task2010-07-16: self ordered pointing task2010-07-16: AX-CPT task2010-07-16: listening span task2010-07-16: reading span task2010-07-16: operation span task2010-07-14: oculomotor delayed response2010-07-14: letter number sequencing2010-07-14: task set2010-07-14: updating2010-07-14: interference resolution2010-02-17: behavioral inhibition (temperament)2010-01-10: Penn continuous performance task
Definitions332 definitions contributed2017-01-14: body image self-reflection task :: "Participants view images of virtual models dressed in underclothing or swimwear. Upon viewing each i"2016-09-28: Moral Dilemma Task :: "Subjects are presented with vignettes describing either moral dilemmas or non-moral (control) situat"2016-08-26: Chapman Magical Ideation Scale :: "assesses erroneous beliefs that are based in magical thinking (e.g., “I have occasionally had the "2016-08-26: Continuous Performance Task :: ""2016-08-26: Penn continuous performance task :: "A task in which subjects are presented with a stream of letters, and must respond to one of the lett"2016-08-26: Chapman Physical Anhedonia Scale :: "assesses a self-reported deficit in the ability to experience pleasure from typically pleasurable ph"2016-08-26: Chapman Social Anhedonia Scale :: "assesses deficits in the ability to experience pleasure from non physical stimuli such as other peop"2016-08-26: Chapman Perceptual Aberration Scale :: "assesses psychotic-like experiences such as bodily discontinuities and unusual scenery experiences ("2016-08-26: Chapman Infrequency Scale :: ""2016-08-26: Eckblad and Chapman's Hypomanic Personality Scale :: ""2016-01-13: Penn Vocabulary Test :: "Vocabulary component of the Penn WebCNP Battery"2016-01-13: WRAT-4 Word Reading :: "Word reading component of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4"2016-01-13: WRAT-4 Math Computation :: "Math Computation component of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4"2015-12-30: visual string recognition :: "the ability to read (and understand) written strings of letters that do not follow the phonotactic r"2015-12-30: working memory maintenance :: "the active retention of information in a short-term memory store"2015-12-30: visual pseudoword recognition :: "the reading of written letter strings that follow the phonotactic rules of the written language"2015-12-30: animacy decision :: "decision about whether a stimulus exhibits animacy"2015-12-30: auditory tone perception :: "the registration of an auditory tone"2015-12-30: visual color discrimination :: "the identification of differences in color amongst visual stimuli"2015-12-30: visual form discrimination :: "the identification of differences among visual forms."2015-12-30: confidence judgment :: "Assessing the confidence or certainty of a decision"2015-12-30: risk processing :: "the extraction of information about the potential or current risk associated with a stimulus"2015-12-30: decision certainty :: "the confidence of knowledge regarding the likelihood of an outcome."2015-12-30: feature comparison :: "Comparison of stimuli based on a shared feature."2015-12-30: numerical comparison :: "Mental comparison of numerical quantities"2015-12-30: context representation :: "The representation of features other than the primary stimulus that are relevant to a decision"2015-12-30: monetary reward prediction error :: "the difference between expected and received monetary reward"2015-12-30: reinforcement learning :: "the modification of the value placed on potential stimulus/action combinations based on the outcomes"2015-12-30: error detection :: "Processes that identify when an error has been made."2015-12-30: task difficulty :: "the perceived effort required to complete some mental or physical activity"2015-12-30: decision under uncertainty :: "A decision in which the likelihood of possible outcomes is unknown or uncertain."2015-09-21: exogenous attention :: "ADD DEFINITION HERE"2015-09-21: semantic network :: "Set of concepts and relations"2015-09-21: unconscious process :: "a mental process that you are not directly aware of."2015-06-25: retinotopic mapping task :: "The subject is presented with stimuli including rotating wedges and expanding/contracting rings, whi"2015-06-25: breath-holding :: "The subject is cued to breathe in and then hold their breath for an extended period of time."2015-06-25: spatial working memory localizer task :: "A task in which targets are presented on a spatial grid, followed by a probe in which the subject m"2015-06-25: Sentence/nonword language localizer :: "A task in which strings of stimuli (either sentences or strings of nonwords) are presented, followed"2015-06-25: multi-object localizer task :: "A task involving presentation of multiple classes of visual objects, meant to localize category-spec"2015-06-25: Stop signal task with dot motion discrimination :: "A stop signal task in which the primary task is a dot motion discrimination task"2015-06-25: Multi-class n-back task :: "An n-back task including faces, scenes, and chinese characters as stimuli"2015-05-20: categorization :: "The assignment of a stimulus to one of a set of categories"2015-05-20: decision making :: "The deliberate selection of a single alternative amongst multiple alternatives. "2015-05-20: relational comparison :: "Comparison of two stimuli based on a relational feature"2015-03-06: think/no-think task :: "A task in which subjects are cued to either remember or suppress the memory for a specific associati"2014-04-10: Landmark task :: "Subjects performed two alternate tasks, namely tell if a horizontal line is crossed precisely in the"2014-04-10: Tapping task :: "Subjects are instructed to move a body part corresponding to a picture. The following instructions w"2014-04-10: Covert verb generation task :: "A task in which subjects are presented with nouns and generate an associated verb silently."2014-04-10: Overt word repetition :: "Subjects are presented auditorily with words and asked to repeat them aloud."2014-04-10: word repetition :: "Overt pronounciation of auditorily presented words"2013-04-23: temporal discounting task :: "A task in which subjects are asked to choose between a smaller reward earlier in time versus a large"2013-04-23: living/nonliving judgment on mirror-reversed and plain-text words :: "Subjects are presented with words in either plain text or mirror-reversed format, and are asked to j"2013-04-23: mirror reading task :: "A task in which subjects are presented with mirror-reversed written stimuli and asked to process the"2013-04-23: mirror tracing task :: "participant is to draw a specified pattern while only seeing their hand from a mirrored perspective"2013-01-23: interference resolution :: "The process of selecting information with regard to its relevance to an ongoing task and suppressing"2013-01-23: attentional bias :: "Attentional bias refers to the tendency for a particular class of stimuli to capture attention. The "2013-01-15: articulatory suppression task :: "A short-term memory task in which the subject must produce irrelevant speech while maintaining infor"2012-03-29: categorical knowledge :: "knowledge about different attributes and uses of an object that allows it to be placed in a group of"2012-03-29: visual representation :: "An internal representation of visual information"2012-03-29: visual imagery :: "an experience that, on most occasions, significantly resembles the experience of perceiving some obj"2012-03-29: visual buffer :: "a short-term memory store for visual information"2012-03-29: valence :: "the degree of attractiveness an individual, activity, or thing possesses as a behavioral goal."2012-03-29: utility :: "a measure of value associated with a particular outcome"2012-03-29: updating :: "The revision or refreshing of information that is maintained in working memory"2012-03-29: unisensory :: "Describes any sensory process associated with a single sensory modality "2012-03-29: uncertainty :: "the lack of knowledge regarding the likelihood of potential outcomes"2012-03-29: traumatic memory :: "A type of memory results from trauma experience, such as a natural disaster or violent events."2012-03-29: synchrony perception :: "the process of perceiving whether or not the crossmodal cues (e.g., audio and visual) to an event (e"2012-03-29: supervisory attentional system :: "a loosely defined collection of brain processes that are responsible for planning, cognitive flexibi"2012-03-29: stress :: "refers to the consequence of the failure of an organism – human or animal – to respond appropria"2012-03-29: stereotypes :: "something conforming to a fixed or general pattern; a standardized mental picture that is held in co"2012-03-29: speech processing :: "the processing of speech signals"2012-03-29: speech perception :: "the process by which the sounds of language are heard, interpreted and understood. "2012-03-29: spatial memory :: "the part of memory responsible for recording information about one's environment and its spatia"2012-03-29: somatosensation :: "the components of the central and peripheral nervous systems that receive and interpret sensory info"2012-03-29: social intelligence :: "the ability to function successfully in interpersonal situations."2012-03-29: social context :: "the identical or similar social positions and social roles as a whole that influence the individuals"2012-03-29: social cognition :: "the encoding, storage, retrieval, and processing, in the brain, of information relating to conspecif"2012-03-29: skill acquisition :: "The process of learning to perform a task or set of tasks with increasing facility. Typically implie"2012-03-29: sentence production :: "The creation and/or utterance of a sentence"2012-03-29: semantic processing :: "refers to the cognitive processing of the meanings of a stimulus
"2012-03-29: semantic knowledge :: "long-established knowledge about objects, facts, and word meanings."2012-03-29: self monitoring :: "monitoring of one's own behavior."2012-03-29: schema :: "a structured representation that includes a particular organized way of perceiving and responding to"2012-03-29: rule :: "a method for performing a psychological operation"2012-03-29: rhythm :: "Movement marked by the regulated succession of strong and weak elements, or of opposite or different"2012-03-29: resource sharing :: "is a unique characteristic of humans and several primates that involve sharing resources such as foo"2012-03-29: rehearsal :: "The repetition of information in an attempt to maintain it longer in memory."2012-03-29: reading :: "Decoding symbols to derive their meaning."2012-03-29: prosody :: "the rhythm, stress, and intonation of speech."2012-03-29: proper noun :: "A subject that usually indicates a particular person, place, or object."2012-03-29: processing stage :: "A subset of mental operations that are confined some feature space of information within a stream an"2012-03-29: procedural learning :: "The acquisition of a skill or ability through practice which is not accessible to verbalization or c"2012-03-29: procedural knowledge :: "Knowledge exercised in the performance of a task/activity. Its acquisition or structure is often una"2012-03-29: proactive interference :: "the forgetting of information due to interference from the traces of events or learning that occurre"2012-03-29: priming :: "Priming is the effect of prior exposure to a somehow (e.g. perceptually or semantically) related sti"2012-03-29: preattentive processing :: "background activity that necessarily precedes conscious mental activity; major purpose is the prepar"2012-03-29: pragmatic reasoning :: "Pragmatic reasoning is defined as the process of finding the intended meaning(s) of the given, and i"2012-03-29: phonological retrieval :: "The retrieval of phonological representations based on other cues"2012-03-29: phonological loop :: "deals with sound or phonological information and consists of two parts: a short-term phonological st"2012-03-29: phonological code :: "A representation of information using phonological features"2012-03-29: phonological buffer :: "a passive storage device that is part of the articulatory rehearsal loop; serves as a part of the me"2012-03-29: performance monitoring :: "the online evaluation of one's performance on a task"2012-03-29: parsing :: "to resolve (as a sentence) into component parts of speech and describe them grammatically"2012-03-29: pain sensitization :: "A painful stimulus is perceived more painful over the time course of stimulation."2012-03-29: pain habituation :: "A painful stimulus is perceived less painful over the time course of stimulation."2012-03-29: pain :: "An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage."2012-03-29: orthography :: "the representation of the sounds of a language by written or printed symbols; a part of language stu"2012-03-29: orthographic lexicon :: "A set of representations of orthographic information"2012-03-29: olfaction :: "the sense of smell; the act or process of smelling."2012-03-29: object recognition :: "is the ability to perceive an object’s physical properties (such as shape, colour and texture) and"2012-03-29: object manipulation :: "is a form of dexterity play or performance in which one or more artists physically interact with pro"2012-03-29: object detection :: "deals with detecting instances of semantic objects of a certain class (such as humans, buildings, ca"2012-03-29: object categorization :: "the assignment of an object to a particular category"2012-03-29: novelty detection :: "the identification of new or unknown information"2012-03-29: nociception :: "the processes of encoding and processing noxious stimuli."2012-03-29: narrative :: "a story that is created in a constructive format (as a work of writing, speech, poetry, prose, pictu"2012-03-29: naming :: "the expression of the name of an object"2012-03-29: multisensory integration :: "The process by which unisensory signals are combined to form a new product. It is operationally defi"2012-03-29: multisensory :: "a process associated with multiple sensory modalities "2012-03-29: motor planning :: "the conception of a future motoric action
"2012-03-29: movement :: "change of place or position or posture"2012-03-29: motor sequence learning :: "The acquisition of knowledge regarding sequences of motor action"2012-03-29: motor program :: "abstract representation of a movement"2012-03-29: motor learning :: "the process of improving motor skills, the smoothness and accuracy of movements."2012-03-29: motor control :: "The function of supervising motor activities"2012-03-29: morphology :: "the structure and content of word forms"2012-03-29: monitoring :: "the act of checking for particular kinds of information"2012-03-29: mental arithmetic :: "mathematical calculations done mentally, without writing them down."2012-03-29: memory retrieval :: "the process of accessing a stored memory"2012-03-29: memory consolidation :: "a category of processes that stabilize a memory trace after the initial acquisition. "2012-03-29: memory :: "The ability of an organism to use past events to inform/influence current actions
"2012-03-29: melody :: "a linear succession of musical tones which is perceived as a single entity."2012-03-29: mechanical reasoning :: "Reasoning about mechanical objects or functions"2012-03-29: meaning :: "the connotation of a word or phrase"2012-03-29: mathematical reasoning :: "Reasoning about mathematical objects"2012-03-29: manipulation :: "performance of operations upon information held in working memory"2012-03-29: lying :: "the expression of a falsehood"2012-03-29: lexical retrieval :: "retrieval of a lexical entry"2012-03-29: lexical processing :: "A general term referring to the processing of single words, typically in the context of visual or au"2012-03-29: lexical encoding :: "converting vocabulary, words, or morphemes of a language into a code.
"2012-03-29: kinesthesia :: "a sense mediated by receptors located in muscles, tendons, and joints and stimulated by bodily movem"2012-03-29: judgment :: "the process of forming an opinion or evaluation by discerning and comparing, or an opinion or estima"2012-03-29: joint attention :: "the process of alerting one person to a stimulus through nonverbal cues such as finger pointing or g"2012-03-29: intrinsic motivation :: "a highly desired form of incentive that stems from a person's internal desire for self-satisfact"2012-03-29: interrogative :: "of, pertaining to, or conveying a question."2012-03-29: interference :: "the disturbing effect of new information on the other information with which it is inconsistent"2012-03-29: intentional learning :: "learning that is motivated with intention and is usually goal directed."2012-03-29: intentional forgetting :: "the purposeful forgetting of information that is no longer needed."2012-03-29: intelligence :: "the ability to learn or understand or to deal with new or trying situations; the skilled use of reas"2012-03-29: integration :: "coordination of mental processes into a normal effective personality or with the individual's en"2012-03-29: inhibition of return :: "the phenomenon in which the speed and accuracy with which an object is detected are first briefly en"2012-03-29: inhibition :: "The process by which a response or thought is suppressed."2012-03-29: inference :: "the act of passing from one proposition, statement, or judgment considered as true to another whose "2012-03-29: inductive reasoning :: "reasoning from a specific case or cases and deriving a general rule, drawing inferences from observa"2012-03-29: indignation :: "anger aroused by something unjust, unworthy, or mean."2012-03-29: incubation :: "the process of thinking about a problem subconsciously while being involved in other activities"2012-03-28: illocutionary force :: "a speaker's intention in delivering an utterance."2012-03-28: humor :: "the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement."2012-03-28: humiliation :: "to reduce to a lower position in one's own eyes or others' eyes."2012-03-28: hill climbing :: "A fast but sometimes unreliable optimization method. When searching for the minimum/maximum value o"2012-03-28: heuristic search :: "refers to experience-based techniques for problem solving, learning, and discovery. Heuristic method"2012-03-28: happiness :: "a state of mind or feeling characterized by contentment, love, satisfaction, pleasure, or joy."2012-03-28: habit memory :: "the memory representation of a learned habit, generally thought to be represented as a stimulus-resp"2012-03-28: habit learning :: "The process of acquiring a habit"2012-03-28: graphemic buffer :: "a component dedicated to the temporary storage of abstract orthographic representations prior to the"2012-03-28: grapheme :: "a unit (as a letter or digraph) of a writing system; the set of units of a writing system (as letter"2012-03-28: goal state :: "A point reached when goal directed behavior has successfully concluded. "2012-03-28: goal :: "The desired end-point of behavior(s)."2012-03-28: goal management :: "consists of the process of recognizing or inferring goals, abandoning no longer relevant goals, iden"2012-03-28: goal formation :: "The processes that create and maintain representations of goal states."2012-03-28: gestalt :: "a collection of physical, biological, psychological or symbolic entities that creates a unified conc"2012-03-28: functional fixedness :: "a cognitive bias that limits a person to using an object only in the way it is traditionally used."2012-03-28: frustration :: "a deep chronic sense or state of insecurity and dissatisfaction arising from unresolved problems or "2012-03-28: forgetting :: "The loss of or inability to retrieve a memory."2012-03-28: fluid intelligence :: "a factor of general intelligence originally identified by Raymond Cattell; Cattell defined fluid int"2012-03-28: feature extraction :: "Processes by which relevant aspects of a data stream are separated from irrelevant aspects."2012-03-28: facial expression :: "Movements and positions of the facial muscles that can be used as a form of nonverbal communication,"2012-03-28: expertise :: "Having a highly cultivated level of skill in a particular domain. Occurs after prolonged experience "2012-03-28: excitation :: "a state of increased emotional arousal"2012-03-28: episodic buffer :: "A theoretical construct that is part of Alan Baddeley's working memory model and the object of w"2012-03-28: emotional intelligence :: "the capacity, skill or ability to identify, assess, and manage the emotions of one's self, of ot"2012-03-28: emotional expression :: "observable verbal and nonverbal behavior that communicates emotion with or without self-awareness."2012-03-28: emotional bonding :: "A process of bringing people together based on mutually shared emotions.
"2012-03-28: emotion recognition :: "The process of assigning an emotion to one of the discrete categories of emotion available in a part"2012-03-28: emotion :: "a complex of psychological phenomena that involve some degree of arousal and valence (positive/negat"2012-03-28: edge detection :: "a fundamental tool in image processing and computer vision, particularly in the areas of feature det"2012-03-28: echolocation :: "the general method of locating objects by determining the time for an echo to return and the directi"2012-03-28: divided attention :: "A state in which the focus of attention is spread across more than one object or event."2012-03-28: divergent thinking :: "a thought process or method used to generate creative ideas by exploring many possible solutions."2012-03-28: distraction :: "Any event that interrupts a mental process."2012-03-28: discourse knowledge :: "knowledge regarding discourse
"2012-03-28: discourse comprehension :: "Discourse comprehension is the act of interpreting a written or spoken message by integrating the in"2012-03-28: discourse :: "the capacity of orderly thought or procedure, verbal interchange of ideas; formal and orderly and us"2012-03-28: desire :: "to long or hope for, exhibit or feel desire for; to express a wish for."2012-03-28: deep structure :: "The essential meaning of a sentence, without regard to the grammatical features (surface structure) "2012-03-28: declarative memory :: "Memory for facts, and that can be intentionally articulated in some manner."2012-03-28: deception :: "an act to propagate beliefs that are not true, or not the whole truth (as in half-truths or omission"2012-03-28: dative shift :: "a grammatical process by which an oblique argument of a verb, usually one functioning as a recipien"2012-03-28: cue validity :: "the conditional probability that an object falls in a particular category given a particular feature"2012-03-28: crystallized intelligence :: "the ability to utilize previously acquired knowledge and experience."2012-03-28: crosstalk :: "interference by information presented via multiple channels"2012-03-28: creative problem solving :: "the mental process of independently creating a solution to a problem without learned assistance."2012-03-28: conversational speech :: "is interactive, more-or-less spontaneous, communication between two or more conversants. Interactivi"2012-03-28: conversation :: "An exchange of sentiments, observations, opinions, or ideas."2012-03-28: contingency learning :: "Learning of the contingencies between different events"2012-03-28: connotation :: "the suggesting of a meaning by a word apart from the thing it explicitly names or describes; somethi"2012-03-28: conjunction search :: "the process of searching for a target that is not defined by any single unique visual feature, but b"2012-03-28: conditional reasoning :: "the reasoner must draw a conclusion based on a conditional, or “if…then,” proposition."2012-03-28: communication :: "a process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, "2012-03-28: cognitive heuristic :: "are simple, efficient rules, hard-coded by evolutionary processes or learned, which have been propos"2012-03-28: chemonociception :: "perception of stimulation by noxious chemical agents"2012-03-28: causal inference :: "The process of inferring that one state/object/event causes the occurrence of another state/object/e"2012-03-28: category based induction :: "requires that information about one set of categories is used to infer something about another categ"2012-03-28: categorical perception :: "A form of perception in which the individual perceives a categorical distinction rather than a conti"2012-03-28: categorical clustering :: "the clustering of recalled items based on category membership"2012-03-28: capacity limitation :: "a limitation on the capacity to process information"2012-03-28: body representation :: "A mental representation of one's own body"2012-03-28: bitterness :: "being or inducing the one of the four basic taste sensations that is peculiarly acrid, astringent, o"2012-03-28: binocular vision :: "is vision in which both eyes are used together. Having two eyes confers at least four advantages ov"2012-03-28: backward chaining :: "an inference method used in automated theorem provers, proof assistants and other artificial intelli"2012-03-28: automaticity :: "behavior performed without intention"2012-03-28: auditory stream segregation :: "the perceptual grouping of sounds to form coherent representations of objects in the acoustic scene;"2012-03-28: auditory masking :: "the perception of one sound is affected by the presence of another sound; presenting a sound to inte"2012-03-28: auditory localization :: "a listener's ability to identify the location or origin of a detected sound."2012-03-28: auditory learning :: "learning of auditorily presented information"2012-03-28: auditory grouping :: "joining disparate sounds together into one percept; assessing which acoustic streams belong together"2012-03-28: auditory attention :: "is the cognitive process of selectively concentrating on one auditory stream in the environment whil"2012-03-28: audition :: "the sense or act of hearing."2012-03-28: attitude :: "a mental position with regard to a fact or state"2012-03-28: attentional state :: "referring to amount of attentional resources being engaged; a relaxed attentional state requires li"2012-03-28: attentional resources :: "amount of available attentional capacity"2012-03-28: attentional focusing :: "The ability to focus attention on cues in the environment that are relevant to the task in hand; can"2012-03-28: attention capacity :: "refers to the extent that one can allocate their processing resources."2012-03-28: attention shifting :: "The process by which information that is currently relevant in the mind is replaced by other informa"2012-03-28: attention shift :: "The change that occurs when information that is currently active in the mind is replaced by other in"2012-03-28: attachment :: "a social connection between individuals"2012-03-28: association learning :: "learning process in which two or more items or concepts become associated with each other; often use"2012-03-28: association :: "the process of forming mental connections or bonds between sensations, ideas, or memories."2012-03-28: articulatory loop :: "one of the subsystems postulated in Alan Baddeley’s multicomponent model of WORKING MEMORY, specia"2012-03-28: articulation :: "the act of vocally producing an utterance or expression"2012-03-28: arousal :: "physiological activation or readiness for activity"2012-03-28: appetitive motivation :: "behavior directed toward goals that are usually associated with positive hedonic processes. "2012-03-28: apparent motion :: "The illusory perception that movement is occurring in one or more static images."2012-03-28: analogical transfer :: "The transfer of knowledge from one situation to another by finding a set of one-to-one correspondenc"2012-03-28: analogical problem solving :: "using principles or concepts from a well-understood situation to solve problems in a new domain or a"2012-03-28: alveolar :: "speech sound articulated with the tip of the tongue touching or near the teethridge."2012-03-28: altruistic motivation :: "A desire or need to help others driven by selflessness."2012-03-28: affect recognition :: "The ability to understand a physical expression that serves as an indicator of emotion."2012-03-28: adaptive control :: "modifying the control law used by a controller to cope with the fact that the parameters of the syst"2012-03-28: adaptation :: "adjustment to environmental conditions; adjustment of a sense organ to the intensity or quality of s"2012-03-28: acuity :: "accuracy of perception. "2012-03-28: activation :: "the relative engagement of a particular mental representation compared to other representations"2012-03-28: action :: "the bringing about of an alteration by force or through a natural agency; expression by means of att"2012-03-28: acoustic processing :: "the extraction of information from signals propagated undersea, in the atmosphere, or in the solid e"2012-03-28: acoustic phonetic processing :: "the cognitive ability to discriminate items on the basis of contrasts in sonorance, manner, place, o"2012-03-28: acoustic encoding :: "the processing and encoding of auditory input for storage and later retrieval."2012-03-28: abstract knowledge :: "Knowledge that is general and not tied to a specific instance."2012-03-28: abstract analogy :: "high-level analogy that retains general information relevant to many specific instances"2012-03-28: analogical reasoning :: "a method of processing information that compares the similarities between new and understood concept"2012-03-28: auditory sentence comprehension :: "ability to combine auditory words into a meaningful sentence unit. "2012-03-28: auditory word recognition :: "ability to recognize acoustically presented words"2012-03-28: auditory word comprehension :: "ability to parse acoustic signals into meaningful words"2012-03-28: action initiation :: "the facilitation or initiation of an act"2012-01-28: pyramids and palm trees task :: "a semantic memory test that presents one word or picture above two others. The participant is then a"2012-01-28: word stem completion (overt) :: "Subjects view word stems and overtly generate a word that completes the stem."2012-01-28: relational reasoning task :: ""2012-01-28: Sternberg delayed recognition task :: "Subjects view a string of letters. After a delay, a probe letter is presented and subjects indicate"2012-01-28: matching pennies game :: "The game is played between two players, Player A and Player B. Each player has a penny and must secr"2012-01-28: color naming task :: ""2012-01-28: color-discrimination task :: "is a behavioral task where a subject is to make specific responses when presented with particular co"2012-01-28: syntactic task :: "A class of tasks involving the processing of linguistic syntax."2012-01-28: gambling task :: "A class of tasks in which subjects make decisions about chance gambles."2012-01-28: visual search task :: ""2012-01-28: stop-change task :: "A task in which the subject makes a discriminative response by default, but makes a different respon"2012-01-28: orthographic task :: "A task that requires processing of letter structure"2012-01-28: short-term memory task :: ""2012-01-28: Raven's Advanced Progressive Matrices :: ""2012-01-28: word-picture matching task :: ""2012-01-28: reading (covert) :: "Subjects view words, pseudo-words, Asian characters, phrases, or sentences and read them silently."2012-01-28: serial reaction time task :: ""2012-01-28: semantic memory task :: "A task requiring the subject to use knowledge retrieved from semantic memory."2012-01-28: phonological task :: "Any task that requires the subject to process the sound structure of words."2012-01-28: semantic task :: "Any task that requires subjects to process the meaning of stimuli"2012-01-28: conjunction search task :: "A task that requires the subject to search for a stimulus defined by a combination of visual feature"2012-01-28: cyberball task :: "A task in which subjects view a set of balls interacting in game. At some point one of the balls is"2012-01-28: verb generation task :: "A task in which subjects are presented with nouns and generate an associated verb."2012-01-28: Probabilistic classification task :: "Subjects are presented with a set of stimuli and must classify those stimuli into one of two categor"2012-01-28: random number generation task :: "A task in which the subject generates a series of random numbers."2012-01-28: mental arithmetic task :: "A task in which the subject performs arithmetic computations without an external means of recording"2012-01-28: delayed nonmatch to sample task :: "A task in which an target is presented and then removed from view. This target must be maintained in"2012-01-28: delayed match to sample task :: "Subjects view an item(s). After a brief delay a probe item is presented and subjects are asked to re"2012-01-28: semantic association task :: "Participants are shown pairs of words or pictures and asked to identify if the items are semanticall"2012-01-28: n-back task :: "A task in which items (e.g., letters) are presented one at a time and participants must identify eac"2012-01-28: phonetic discrimination task :: "A task in which the subject discriminates stimuli based on phonetic features."2012-01-28: covert naming task :: "A task in which subjects name a stimulus silently"2012-01-28: spelling task :: "A task in which subjects are asked to spell words."2012-01-28: problem solving task :: "A task in which subjects must solve a conceptual problem."2012-01-28: abstract/concrete task :: "A task in which subjects decide whether words are abstract or concrete."2012-01-28: recall test :: "A test in which the subject is asked to produce a list of previously studied items."2012-01-28: navigation task :: "A task in which the subject navigates a spatial layout."2012-01-28: categorization task :: "Task in which a subject classifies stimuli into one of a set of categories"2012-01-28: visually guided saccade task :: "A task in which subjects make visually guided eye movements."2012-01-28: word comprehension task :: "A task that measures the comprehension of word meaning."2012-01-28: verbal fluency task :: "A test of the ability to verbally produce words."2012-01-28: auditory temporal discrimination task :: "A task in which the subject discriminates auditory stimuli based on temporal characteristics."2012-01-28: semantic relatedness task :: "A task in which subjects judge whether a set of stimuli are related by meaning."2012-01-28: semantic decision task :: "A task in which a subject makes a decision about the meaning of a stimulus."2011-12-12: Stroop task :: "Subjects view color names presented in various ink colors and are instructed to name the color of th"2011-11-11: word one-back task :: "A one-back task on which subjects are presented with words or word-like stimuli"2011-11-11: object one-back task :: "A one-back task in which the stimuli are images of visual objects"2011-11-11: object n-back :: "An n-back task in which the stimuli are images of visual objects."2011-08-24: kinaesthetic representation :: "is a representation of sensory inputs from muscles, tendons, and joints (e.g.,the joint angles used "2011-08-24: interoceptive representation :: "A representation of the internal state of the body"2011-08-10: Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale :: "a rating scale used to follow the longitudinal course of Parkinson's disease, made up of the fol"2011-08-10: cups task :: "On each trial, participants choose between a risky and safe option. Each trial involves either gains"2011-08-10: rapid automatized naming test :: ""Participants are required to name, as rapidly as possible, items presented visually on a chart."2011-08-10: letter number sequencing :: "a task that requires the reordering of an initially unordered set of letters and numbers"2011-08-09: working memory :: "active maintenance and flexible updating of goal/task relevant information (items, goals, strategies"2011-04-09: false memory :: "a memory that refers to an event that did not actually occur"2011-04-09: anchoring :: "a cognitive bias that describes the common human tendency to rely too heavily, or "anchor," "2011-03-30: syntactic parsing :: "the way that human beings, rather than computers, analyze a sentence or phrase (in spoken language o"2010-07-16: keep-track task :: "A task in which subjects are first shown a set of categories to keep track of for a particular trial"2010-07-16: listening span task :: "A task in which subjects must listen to a set of sentences and remember the last word in the sentenc"2010-07-16: reading span task :: "A task that requires participants to read series of unconnected sentences aloud and to remember the "2010-07-14: oculomotor delayed response :: "a task that requires an eye movement to be made to a cued location after a delay"2010-07-14: goal maintenance :: "The maintenance of information regarding task goals in working memory."2010-07-14: active maintenance :: "The maintenance of information in working memory through active (volitional) rather than passive mea"2010-02-17: behavioral inhibition (temperament) :: "A temperamental characteristic described by shyness and social anxiety."2010-01-10: behavioral inhibition :: "Disambiguation"2010-01-10: semantic working memory :: "Working memory for meaning"2009-07-10: auditory working memory :: "Working memory for auditory information"
Assertions146 assertions contributed2016-08-26: AX-CPT task is descended from Continuous Performance Task2016-08-26: Penn continuous performance task is descended from Continuous Performance Task2015-12-30: tool maintenance is a kind of working memory maintenance2015-12-30: place maintenance is a kind of working memory maintenance2015-12-30: face maintenance is a kind of working memory maintenance2015-12-30: body maintenance is a kind of working memory maintenance2015-12-30: visual string recognition is a kind of visual form recognition2015-12-30: string maintenance is a kind of working memory maintenance2015-12-30: pattern maintenance is a kind of working memory maintenance2015-12-30: word maintenance is a kind of working memory maintenance2015-12-30: working memory maintenance is a part of working memory2015-12-30: working memory maintenance is a kind of maintenance2015-12-30: working memory updating is a part of working memory2015-12-30: working memory updating is a kind of updating2015-12-30: vocal response execution is a part of speech production2015-12-30: visual letter recognition is a kind of visual form recognition2015-12-30: subjective value judgment is a part of facial attractiveness recognition2015-12-30: visual word recognition is a kind of visual form recognition2015-12-30: decision certainty is a part of confidence judgment2015-12-30: self monitoring is a kind of monitoring2015-12-30: reinforcement learning is a part of decision making2015-06-25: multi-object localizer task is descended from object recognition task2015-06-25: Stop signal task with dot motion discrimination is descended from stop signal task2015-06-25: Multi-class n-back task is descended from n-back task2014-04-10: Covert verb generation task is descended from verb generation task2014-04-10: active maintenance is measured by the contrast of areas of activation during task minus baseline tri2014-04-10: articulatory rehearsal is measured by the contrast of areas of activation during task minus baseline2014-04-10: Overt word repetition is descended from recitation/repetition (overt)2014-04-10: speech production is measured by the contrast of areas of activation during covert minus areas of ac2013-04-23: living/nonliving judgment on mirror-reversed and plain-text words is descended from mirror reading t2013-04-23: living/nonliving judgment on mirror-reversed and plain-text words is descended from living-nonliving2013-01-25: conditional stop signal task is descended from stop signal task2013-01-23: interference resolution is measured by the contrast of 3-back minus 1-back in the n-back task2013-01-23: capacity limitation is measured by the contrast of 3-back minus 1-back in the n-back task2013-01-23: attentional bias is measured by the contrast of reward bias (reward-incongruent - reward-congruent t2013-01-23: attentional bias is measured by the contrast of threat bias (threat-incongruent - threat-congruent t2013-01-23: updating is measured by the contrast of 3-back minus 1-back in the n-back task2013-01-23: active maintenance is measured by the contrast of 3-back minus 1-back in the n-back task2013-01-15: phonological loop is measured by the contrast of suppression - control (articulatory suppression eff2013-01-15: central executive is measured by the contrast of dual minus control in the dual-task paradigm2013-01-15: central executive is a part of working memory2013-01-15: episodic buffer is a part of working memory2012-09-09: operation span task is descended from digit span task2012-03-29: word recognition is a part of reading2012-03-29: visuospatial sketch pad is a part of visual working memory2012-03-29: visual representation is a kind of mental representation2012-03-29: face recognition is a kind of visual object recognition2012-03-29: visual memory is a kind of memory2012-03-29: spatial attention is a kind of visual attention2012-03-29: visual attention is a kind of attention2012-03-29: verbal memory is a kind of memory2012-03-29: traumatic memory is a kind of memory2012-03-29: thermosensation is a kind of somatosensation2012-03-29: text comprehension is a kind of language comprehension2012-03-29: sustained attention is a kind of attention2012-03-29: acoustic phonetic processing is a part of speech perception2012-03-29: source memory is a kind of episodic memory2012-03-29: serial search is a kind of search2012-03-29: motor sequence learning is a kind of sequence learning2012-03-29: phonological retrieval is a kind of retrieval2012-03-29: lexical retrieval is a kind of retrieval2012-03-29: memory retrieval is a kind of retrieval2012-03-29: repressed memory is a kind of memory2012-03-29: quantitative skill is a kind of skill2012-03-29: prototype is a kind of mental representation2012-03-29: prospective planning is a kind of planning2012-03-29: prospective memory is a kind of memory2012-03-29: procedural memory is a kind of nondeclarative memory2012-03-29: procedural knowledge is a kind of knowledge2012-03-29: problem solving is a kind of reasoning2012-03-29: primary memory is a kind of memory2012-03-29: pragmatic reasoning is a kind of reasoning2012-03-29: pragmatic knowledge is a kind of knowledge2012-03-29: pragmatic inference is a kind of inference2012-03-29: rehearsal loop is a part of phonological working memory2012-03-29: phonological working memory is a kind of working memory2012-03-29: orthographic lexicon is a kind of lexicon2012-03-29: olfactory perception is a kind of perception2012-03-29: memory consolidation is a kind of consolidation2012-03-29: mechanical reasoning is a kind of reasoning2012-03-29: mathematical reasoning is a kind of reasoning2012-03-29: long term memory is a kind of memory2012-03-29: logical reasoning is a kind of reasoning2012-03-29: intermediate term memory is a kind of memory2012-03-29: intentional forgetting is a kind of forgetting2012-03-29: inductive reasoning is a kind of inference2012-03-29: inductive reasoning is a kind of reasoning2012-03-28: implicit memory is a kind of memory2012-03-28: implicit knowledge is a kind of knowledge2012-03-28: explicit memory is a kind of declarative memory2012-03-28: explicit learning is a kind of learning2012-03-28: explicit knowledge is a kind of knowledge2012-03-28: emotional memory is a kind of memory2012-03-28: echoic memory is a kind of auditory memory2012-03-28: discourse planning is a kind of planning2012-03-28: discourse knowledge is a kind of knowledge2012-03-28: declarative knowledge is a kind of knowledge2012-03-28: cue dependent forgetting is a kind of forgetting2012-03-28: context memory is a kind of memory2012-03-28: conditional reasoning is a kind of reasoning2012-03-28: categorical knowledge is a kind of knowledge2012-03-28: audiovisual perception is a kind of multisensory process2012-03-28: audiovisual perception is a kind of perception2012-03-28: auditory word comprehension is a kind of word comprehension2012-03-28: auditory sentence comprehension is a kind of sentence comprehension2012-02-19: episodic memory is measured by the contrast of number of correctly recalled items in the delayed rec2012-02-19: Motor response suppression is a part of response inhibition2012-02-19: autobiographical memory is a kind of episodic memory2012-02-19: autobiographical recall is a part of autobiographical memory2012-01-28: abstract/concrete judgment: Bilingual is descended from abstract/concrete task2011-09-09: pain is measured by the contrast of Pain versus No Pain in the Tonic pain stimulation2011-08-24: kinesthesia is a kind of somatosensation2011-08-24: kinaesthetic representation is a part of kinesthesia2011-08-24: interoceptive representation is a kind of body representation2011-08-24: kinaesthetic representation is a kind of body representation2011-08-10: visual working memory is a kind of working memory2011-08-09: tactile working memory is a kind of working memory2011-08-09: is descended from Stroop task2011-04-12: selective stop signal task is descended from stop signal task2010-07-16: CPT is an exact synonym of Continuous Performance Task2010-07-16: listening span task is a broader synonym of Salthouse and Babcock Listening Span task 2010-07-14: updating is a part of working memory2010-07-14: interference resolution is a part of working memory2010-07-14: active maintenance is a part of working memory2010-02-17: behavioral inhibition (cognitive) is an exact synonym of response inhibition2010-02-17: working memory is measured by the contrast of Failure to maintain set trials in the Wisconsin Card S2010-02-17: task switching is measured by the contrast of Perseverative errors trials in the Wisconsin Card Sort2010-01-10: response inhibition is a kind of executive function2010-01-10: cognitive control is a narrower synonym of executive function2010-01-10: working memory is measured by the contrast of delay trials in the delayed nonmatch to sample task2010-01-10: working memory is measured by the contrast of delay minus no delay trials in the delayed nonmatch to2010-01-10: auditory working memory is a kind of working memory2010-01-10: visuospatial sketch pad is a part of spatial working memory2010-01-10: semantic working memory is a kind of working memory2010-01-10: central executive is a part of executive function2010-01-10: working memory storage is a part of working memory2010-01-10: working memory retrieval is a part of working memory2010-01-10: working memory is measured by the contrast of 1-back trials in the n-back task2010-01-10: working memory is measured by the contrast of 2-back trials in the n-back task2010-01-10: working memory is measured by the contrast of 3-back trials in the n-back task2010-01-10: working memory is measured by the contrast of 3-back minus 1-back trials in the n-back task2010-01-10: n-back task is descended from Continuous Performance Task2010-01-10: spatial working memory is a kind of working memory2010-01-10: working memory is a kind of memory2010-01-10: response inhibition is measured by the contrast of Stop trial trials in the Go/no-go task2010-01-10: response inhibition is measured by the contrast of Stop Signal Reaction Time trials in the stop sign
Disorders1 disorders contributed2014-01-10: philoprogeria
Theory Collections7 theory collections contributed2013-04-11: RDoC Arousal and Regulatory Systems Matrix2013-01-23: RDoc Social Processes Matrix2013-01-23: RDoc Cognitive Systems Matrix2013-01-23: RDoc Positive Valence Systems Matrix2013-01-23: RDoc Negative Valence Systems Matrix2013-01-23: RDoC Working Memory Matrix2013-01-15: Baddeley's model of working memory
Task Collections19 task collections contributed2016-08-26: Chapman Scales2016-01-13: Penn WebCNP Battery2016-01-13: Wide Range Achievement Test 42016-01-13: NCANDA General Ability2016-01-13: NCANDA Accuracy2016-01-13: NCANDA2015-03-05: Self regulation tasks2013-01-14: NIH Toolbox Parent Proxy Emotion Battery2013-01-14: NIH Toolbox Emotion Battery2013-01-14: NIH Toolbox Early Childhood Motor Battery2013-01-14: NIH Toolbox Motor Battery2013-01-14: NIH Toolbox Early Childhood Sensation Battery2013-01-14: NIH Toolbox Sensation and Pain Battery2013-01-14: NIH Toolbox Early Childhood Cognition Battery2013-01-14: NIH Toolbox Cognition Battery2013-01-14: NIH Toolbox2013-01-08: Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery2013-01-08: Wechsler Memory Scale - Fourth Edition2013-01-08: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale - Fourth Edition
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Comments52 comments contributed2016-08-26: thanks, will have it removed2014-10-15: I will talk to the developers to see if we can get this exposed2014-04-10: This task and its attributes were duplicated from verb generation task on April 10, 2014.2014-04-10: This task and its attributes were duplicated from recitation/repetition (overt) on April 10, 2013-12-17: hi - I'm not exactly clear on the rationale for this assertion, can you please elaborate? 2013-07-21: great, thanks!2013-07-09: Right now we don't have the ability to represent individual items. I would represent different 2013-05-04: I would think that it's the other way around if anything, i.e, that a semantic network is a kind2013-05-04: I'm a bit confused by this - wouldn't a semantic category be a part of semantic network, rat2013-04-11: Details on this framework can be found at http://www.nimh.nih.gov/research-funding/rdoc/arousal-and-2013-01-25: I agree that it would be good to have some additional clarification regarding the STM/WM distinction2013-01-23: Details on this framework can be found at http://www.nimh.nih.gov/research-funding/rdoc/cognitive-sy2013-01-23: Details on this framework can be found at http://www.nimh.nih.gov/research-funding/rdoc/cognitive-sy2013-01-23: Details on this framework can be found at http://www.nimh.nih.gov/research-funding/rdoc/positive-val2013-01-23: Details on this framework can be found at http://www.nimh.nih.gov/research-funding/rdoc/negative-val2013-01-23: A description of this framework can be found at http://www.nimh.nih.gov/research-funding/rdoc/workin2013-01-15: This is just a start - still need to add tasks that measure other components and details about each 2013-01-15: there are a number of tasks to be added: NIH Toolbox Apathy Survey,NIH Toolbox Sadness Survey,NIH T2013-01-15: there are two tasks that still need to be added: NIH Toolbox Pattern Comparison Processing Speed Tes2012-11-27: What does "accuracy" refer in the task contrast? there should probably be an indicator that2012-11-24: This needs a much more detailed and specific definition. I am not sure that it's actually a cogn2012-11-24: this needs a better definition - I"m not sure that it actually belongs as a cognitive concept2012-11-24: I would change the definition to match the DSM definition of addiction, and then add the DSM definit2012-11-24: this seems more like a theory than a mental concept2012-11-24: is this really a mental concept? 2012-11-24: I think this might be too generic, as it really refers to a large class of tasks. also, it's no2012-11-24: I'm not so sure that this is a cognitive concept so much as a phenomenon, but since we don't2012-09-09: Added descendence from digit span task2012-07-17: that's the claim, not sure how well accepted that is though2012-07-10: I would be as specific as one needs to be to relate to specific papers - thus, if different papers r2012-07-10: I agree with this - attentional blink is a phenomenon, not a task per se. 2012-04-09: Can you give a more detailed definition?2012-03-29: definition from, Stein BE et al., (2009) Experimental brain research 198: 113-26. doi:10.1007/s002212012-03-29: definition from Stein et al. (2009) Experimental brain research 198: 113-26. doi:10.1007/s00221-009-2012-03-14: I agree with MLewis here - the current defintion is not describing a psychological construct, but ra2012-02-16: I will make that chance once the new curation toolbox is in place.
2012-02-16: The title should probably be changed to "curiosity" since the standard policy is to use noun2011-08-17: for the task contrasts, you should not include the concepts that they supposedly measure (e.g., "2011-04-09: definition from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anchoring2011-03-30: Initial definition adapted from Proffitt et al. cited above2011-03-30: Initial definition based on:
Parsing. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki2010-12-31: Please go ahead and edit the description as you see fit.2010-07-16: We have created a new blog site - please visit us at http://blog.cognitiveatlas.org2010-07-13: The new definition (as of July 13, 2010) is based on a discussion at the RDoC working memory meeting2010-03-04: Work on the Atlas is progressing well - thanks to those of you who have been contributing! We 2010-02-17: Thanks to everyone who has signed up and started contributing to the Cognitive Atlas! We are n2010-02-17: This one turns out to be tricky. What I have done is to code each category of error as a "condi2010-02-17: I have edited the description to simply describe the task and not to claim that it involves any part2010-02-17: I have added condition entries for each of the three conditions described in the text - I don't 2010-02-17: Rather than having separate indicators for different conditions, each condition should be specified 2010-02-17: Please note - this page is for the mental concept of task switching, which should be defined as a me2010-01-10: Thanks for visiting the Cognitive Atlas site. We have opened it up to the community, although