Response priming in the Simon paradigm. A transcranial magnetic stimulation study.

Abstract

The Simon effect refers to the finding of faster responses when stimulus and response locations correspond than when they do not, although a nonspatial stimulus feature is task-relevant. These performance differences are usually accounted for by response priming processes directly induced by the task-irrelevant stimulus location. The present study… (More)

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