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Aasen Ella Lusie Baro hu_HU
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2021-03-24T12:38:37Z
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2021-03-24T12:38:37Z
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2020-05-19hu_HU
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http://hdl.handle.net/10831/54606
Abstract
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The joint memory effect was discovered in joint action tests. We aimed to see if the same effect would occur in a non-motor task, and if the effect was altered by in-group/out-group discrimination, based on nationality. Our findings supported that co-representation can occur without motor cues of the partner, and that in-group membership strengthens joint-memory effect.hu_HU
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magyarhu_HU
Title
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Effect of interdependece on performance on non-motor taskhu_HU
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hunhu_HU
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A hallgatói dolgozatok csak a szerzői jogok maradéktalan tiszteletben tartásával használhatók.hu_HU
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nem hozzáférhetőhu_HU
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Pedagógiai és Pszichológiai Karhu_HU
Keywords
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incidental encodinghu_HU
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joint memoryhu_HU
Keywords
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in-group/out-grouphu_HU
Keywords
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interdependencehu_HU
Keywords
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szakdolgozathu_HU
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hallgatói dolgozathu_HU
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2020-05-19hu_HU
Student's vocational, professional, specialization
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pszichológiahu_HU


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