Eleni Ziori
Eleni Ziori
Assistant Professor, University of Ioannina
Verified email at cc.uoi.gr
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How does prior knowledge affect implicit and explicit concept learning?
E Ziori, Z Dienes
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (4), 601-624, 2008
742008
Restraint, disinhibition and food-related processing bias
K Tapper, EM Pothos, JS Fadardi, E Ziori
Appetite 51 (2), 335-338, 2008
722008
Subjective measures of unconscious knowledge of concepts
E Ziori, Z Dienes
Mind & Society 5 (1), 105-122, 2006
662006
Does stimulus appearance affect learning?
EM Pothos, N Chater, E Ziori
The American journal of psychology, 275-299, 2006
282006
The time course of implicit and explicit concept learning
E Ziori, Z Dienes
Consciousness and Cognition 21 (1), 204-216, 2012
272012
Facial beauty affects implicit and explicit learning of men and women differently
E Ziori, Z Dienes
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1124, 2015
122015
Role of prior knowledge in implicit and explicit learning of artificial grammars
E Ziori, EM Pothos, Z Dienes
Consciousness and cognition 28, 1-16, 2014
102014
Artificial grammar learning
E Ziori, E Pothos
Implicit and explicit learning of languages 48, 249, 2015
52015
How Do Cognitive Processes Support Over-eating?
EM Pothos, K Tapper, J Fadardi, E Ziori
Paper presented at the the 28th annual conference of the cognitive science …, 2006
12006
Food-related attentional bias and dietary restraint in Britain, Greece and Iran
J Salehi Fadardi
Appetite, 2006
2006
How Do Cognitive Processes Support Over-eating?
J Fadardi, E Ziori, EM Pothos, K Tapper
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 28 (28), 2006
2006
Implict knowledge representation
E Ziori
2004
The effect of prior knowledge on implicit and explicit concept learning
E Ziori, Z Dienes
University of Sussex, 2001
2001
Short Communication Word count: 2,380
K Tapper, EM Pothos, JS Fadardi, E Ziori
Word count: 2,380
K Tapper, EM Pothos, JS Fadardi, E Ziori
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