S-R compatibility between response position and destination of apparent motion: evidence of the detection of affordances.

@article{Michaels1988SRCB,
  title={S-R compatibility between response position and destination of apparent motion: evidence of the detection of affordances.},
  author={Claire F. Michaels},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1988},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={231-40}
}
In choice reaction time, stimuli and responses in some combinations (e.g., based on spatial arrangement) are faster than in other combinations. To test whether motion toward a position yields faster responses at that position, a computer-generated square in front of one hand appeared to move either toward that hand or toward the other hand. Compatible responses (e.g., motion toward left hand/left response) were faster than incompatible responses, even when that opposed traditional positional… CONTINUE READING

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