Inhibition of return interacts with the Simon effect: An omnibus analysis and its implications

@article{Ivanoff2002InhibitionOR,
  title={Inhibition of return interacts with the Simon effect: An omnibus analysis and its implications},
  author={Jason Ivanoff and Raymond M Klein and Juan Lupi{\'a}{\~n}ez},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={2002},
  volume={64},
  pages={318-327}
}
Previous research has reported that the Simon effect (a type of stimulus-response [S-R] compatibility effect) and the inhibition of return effect (IOR; a late cuing effect) do not interact. In this brief report, we analyzed published and unpublished experiments that have examined these effects and found that IOR actually increases the Simon effect. This is a remarkable finding because most factors that delay reaction times (as IOR does) actually decrease the Simon effect. We examine this… CONTINUE READING

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