Joint Simon effects in extrapersonal space.

  title={Joint Simon effects in extrapersonal space.},
  author={Timothy N. Welsh and Dovin Kiernan and Heather F. Neyedli and Matthew Ray and Jay Pratt and Andrew Potruff and Daniel J. Weeks},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  volume={45 1},
Numerous studies have revealed that when people sit next to each other and complete separate parts of a Simon task, response times are shorter when the participants' stimulus appears in front of them than when the stimulus appears in the opposite side of space. According to the action co-representation account of this joint Simon effect (JSE), participants represent each other's responses and the compatibility effects emerge because of a set of facilitatory and inhibitory processes that are… CONTINUE READING
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Don’t stand so close to me”: Joint Simon effects are only observed when participants are in extrapersonal space. Poster presented at the Joint Action Meeting IV, Vienna, Austria

  • H. Neyedli, M. Ray, +4 authors July
  • 2011
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