Jens Förster - UvA (FMG)

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Jens Förster (little background)

(mirror) Social Psychological and Personality Science-2012-Förster-108-17. Sense Creative! The Impact of Global and Local Vision, Hearing, Touching, Tasting and Smelling on Creative and Analytic Thought. Abstract Holistic (global) versus elemental (local) perception reflects a prominent distinction in psychology; however, so far it has almost entirely been examined in the domain of vision.

Sense Creative! The Impact of Global and Local Vision, Hearing, Touching, Tasting and Smelling on Creative and Analytic Thought

Current work suggests that global/local processing styles operate across sensory modalities. As for vision, it is assumed that global processing broadens mental categories in memory, enhancing creativity.

Members integrity commission UvA sept2012

KNAW - LOWI report. Additional inquiry ordered by UvA 4okt2014. (pdf) 2014 UvA manipulatie onderzoeksgegevens. Mirror 2014 UvA manipulatie onderzoeksgegevens. Response Jens Förster - & experts counterresponces. Media about 29april2014 -->>. Markus Denzler: Social Cognition Lab at the University of Amsterdam. Webarchive: Markus Denzler: Social Cognition Lab at the University of Amsterdam. SLKoole : Jens Förster: 'My co author... FreezePage. SLKoole : Jens Förster: "The conclusion... Psychologen trekken lering uit fraudezaak Förster Folia Web. How Power Analysis Could Have Prevented the Sad Story of Dr. Förster.

Background In 2011, Dr.

How Power Analysis Could Have Prevented the Sad Story of Dr. Förster

Förster published an article in Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. The article reported 12 studies and each study reported several hypothesis tests. The abstract reports that “In all experiments, global/local processing in 1 modality shifted to global/local processing in the other modality”.