Shared spatial representations for numbers and space: the reversal of the SNARC and the Simon effects.

@article{Notebaert2006SharedSR,
  title={Shared spatial representations for numbers and space: the reversal of the SNARC and the Simon effects.},
  author={Wim Notebaert and Wim Gevers and Tom Verguts and Wim Fias},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={1197-207}
}
In 4 experiments, the authors investigated the reversal of spatial congruency effects when participants concurrently practiced incompatible mapping rules (J. G. Marble & R. W. Proctor, 2000). The authors observed an effect of an explicit spatially incompatible mapping rule on the way numerical information was associated with spatial responses. The authors also observed an effect of an incompatible numerical mapping rule (if smaller than 5, press right; if larger than 5, press left) on the Simon… CONTINUE READING

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