Influence of short incompatible practice on the Simon effect: transfer along the vertical dimension and across vertical and horizontal dimensions

@article{Conde2015InfluenceOS,
  title={Influence of short incompatible practice on the Simon effect: transfer along the vertical dimension and across vertical and horizontal dimensions},
  author={Erick Conde and Roberto Sena Fraga-Filho and Allan Pablo Lameira and Daniel C Mograbi and Lucia Riggio and Luiz G. Gawryszewski},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={233},
  pages={3313-3321}
}
In spatial compatibility and Simon tasks, the response is faster when stimulus and response locations are on the same side than when they are on opposite sides. It has been shown that a spatial incompatible practice leads to a subsequent modulation of the Simon effect along the horizontal dimension. It has also been reported that this modulation occurs both along and across vertical and horizontal dimensions, but only after intensive incompatible training (600 trials). In this work, we show… CONTINUE READING

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