Representing the hyphen in action-effect associations: automatic acquisition and bidirectional retrieval of action-effect intervals.

@article{Dignath2014RepresentingTH,
  title={Representing the hyphen in action-effect associations: automatic acquisition and bidirectional retrieval of action-effect intervals.},
  author={David Dignath and Roland Pfister and Andreas B Eder and Andrea Kiesel and Wilfried Kunde},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2014},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={1701-12}
}
We examined whether a temporal interval between an action and its sensory effect is integrated in the cognitive action structure in a bidirectional fashion. In 3 experiments, participants first experienced that actions produced specific acoustic effects (high and low tones) that occurred temporally delayed after their actions. In a following test phase, the tones that were presented as action effects in the previous phase were now presented as primes for the responses that had caused them… CONTINUE READING

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