No anticipation without intention: response-effect compatibility in effect-based and stimulus-based actions.

@article{Zwosta2013NoAW,
  title={No anticipation without intention: response-effect compatibility in effect-based and stimulus-based actions.},
  author={Katharina Zwosta and Hannes Ruge and Uta Wolfensteller},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2013},
  volume={144 3},
  pages={628-34}
}
Goal-directed behavior is characterized by the anticipation of the resulting effect during response selection. Such anticipations can be contextualized in the sense that response-effect relationships in one stimulus context are inverted in another stimulus context. The primary study aim was to test the hypothesis that contextualized effect anticipation might depend on whether subjects adopt either an effect-based action control style or a stimulus-based control style. Importantly, we… CONTINUE READING

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