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    Detecting olfactory rivalry.Richard J. Stevenson & Mehmet K. Mahmut - 2013 - Consciousness and Cognition 22 (2):504-516.
    Olfactory rivalry can occur when a binary mixture is sniffed repeatedly, with one percept dominating then the other. Experiment 1 demonstrated olfactory rivalry using several new techniques. Experiments 2 and 3 examined whether participants can notice rivalry. Participants received trials composed of odor pairs: either a mixture followed by the same mixture; or a pure odor followed by the same pure odor. On some trials participants judged whether the two stimuli were the same or different, to see if they could (...)
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  2. The uniquely predictive power of evolutionary approaches to mind and behavior.Ian D. Stephen, Mehmet K. Mahmut, Trevor I. Case, Julie Fitness & Richard J. Stevenson - 2014 - Frontiers in Psychology 5.
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    Older people are perceived as more moral than younger people: data from seven culturally diverse countries.Piotr Sorokowski, Marta Kowal, Sadiq Hussain, Rashid Ali Haideri, Michał Misiak, Kiriakos Chatzipentidis, Mehmet Kibris Mahmut, W. P. Malecki, Jakub Dąbrowski, Tomasz Frackowiak, Anna Bartkowiak, Agnieszka Sorokowska & Mariola Paruzel-Czachura - forthcoming - Ethics and Behavior.
    Given the adage “older and wiser,” it seems justified to assume that older people may be stereotyped as more moral than younger people. We aimed to study whether assessments of a person’s morality differ depending on their age. We asked 661 individuals from seven societies (Australians, Britons, Burusho of Pakistan, Canadians, Dani of Papua, New Zealanders, and Poles) whether younger (~20-year-old), middle-aged (~40-year-old), or older (~60-year-old) people were more likely to behave morally and have a sense of right and wrong. (...)
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    The Immediate and Delayed Effects of TV: Impacts of Gender and Processed-Food Intake History.Heather M. Francis, Richard J. Stevenson, Megan J. Oaten, Mehmet K. Mahmut & Martin R. Yeomans - 2017 - Frontiers in Psychology 8.
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    Do Single Men Smell and Look Different to Partnered Men?Mehmet K. Mahmut & Richard J. Stevenson - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
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    Failure to Obtain Reinstatement of an Olfactory Representation.Mehmet K. Mahmut & Richard J. Stevenson - 2015 - Cognitive Science 39 (8):1940-1949.
    It has long been suspected that attentional processes differ between olfaction and the other senses. Here, we test whether voluntary dishabituation, seen, for example, when we re-attend to the ticking of a clock, can occur in olfaction. Participants were seated in an odorized room, where at various intervals they had to evaluate what they could smell. An experimental group had one nostril open and the other closed, except during the evaluations, so that the closed side was subject to centrally driven (...)
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