Kiril Kostov

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It has been established that the task-irrelevant orientation of an object’s graspable handle produces a stimulus–response compatibility effect, resulting in faster reaction times when the location of the response corresponds to that of the object’s handle. There is ongoing debate whether to attribute this affordance effect to motoric or to attentional(More)
Responses are faster when the task-irrelevant orientation of a graspable object’s handle corresponds to the location of the response hand. Over the past decade, research has focused on dissociating between two competing accounts of this effect: One rooted in motoric object affordances and the other resting on attentional mechanisms (i.e., Simon effect).(More)
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