RUNNING HEAD : AFFECTIVE ACTION CONSEQUENCES Directive and Incentive Functions of Affective Action Consequences : An Ideomotor Approach

@inproceedings{Eder2014RUNNINGH,
  title={RUNNING HEAD : AFFECTIVE ACTION CONSEQUENCES Directive and Incentive Functions of Affective Action Consequences : An Ideomotor Approach},
  author={Andreas B Eder and Bernhard Hommel},
  year={2014}
}
Five experiments examined whether affective consequences become associated with the responses producing them, and whether anticipations of positive and negative action outcomes influence action control differently. In a learning phase, one response produced pleasant and another response unpleasant visual effects. In a subsequent test phase, the same actions… CONTINUE READING