Right—left prevalence effect with horizontal and vertical effectors

@article{Rubichi2004RightleftPE,
  title={Right—left prevalence effect with horizontal and vertical effectors},
  author={Sandro Rubichi and Roberto Nicoletti and Annalisa Pelosi and Carlo Umilta},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={2004},
  volume={66},
  pages={255-263}
}
We investigated the right-left prevalence effect in spatial compatibility tasks by assessing subjects’ performance on a two-dimensional task in which both the horizontal and vertical spatial dimensions were task relevant. Two experiments were performed, in which stimulus-response mappings were one-dimensional (Experiment 1) and two-dimensional (Experiment 2). The subjects responded by using either horizontal or vertical effectors to stimuli appearing in four possible locations. With the one… CONTINUE READING

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