Precueing spatial S-R correspondence: is there regulation of expected response conflict?

@article{Whr2008PrecueingSS,
  title={Precueing spatial S-R correspondence: is there regulation of expected response conflict?},
  author={Peter W{\"u}hr and Wilfried Kunde},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2008},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={
          872-83
        }
}
Four experiments investigated the ability to prepare for the level of forthcoming stimulus-response correspondence in choice-response tasks. In a Simon task, participants responded to the color of spatially variable stimuli with spatially variable responses. Participants were given advance information about whether a forthcoming stimulus-response event would be spatially corresponding, neutral, or spatially noncorresponding. Reliable cues decreased reaction times (RTs) in the corresponding… CONTINUE READING

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