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Estimating power in (generalized) linear mixed models: An open introduction and tutorial in R

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Moving foraging into three dimensions: Feature- versus conjunction-based foraging in virtual reality.

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The role of scene summary statistics in object recognition.

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Scene grammar shapes the way we interact with objects, strengthens memories, and speeds search.

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Gist in time: Scene semantics and structure enhance recall of searched objects.

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Of "what" and "where" in a natural search task: Active object handling supports object location memory beyond the object's identity.

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