Set- and Element-Level Stimulus-Response Compatibility Effects for Different Manual Response Sets.

Abstract

In a previous study of two-choice reactions, pairings of spatial stimuli with bimanual presses made on a keyboard and verbal stimuli with unimanual aimed movements made on a display screen showed higher set-level compatibility than the opposite pairings; element-level compatibility (i.e., mapping) effects were also larger for the conditions with high set… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/00222899709600021

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