Spatial bias induced by a non-conflictual task reveals the nature of space perception.

@article{Dupierrix2008SpatialBI,
  title={Spatial bias induced by a non-conflictual task reveals the nature of space perception.},
  author={Eve Dupierrix and David Alleysson and Theophile Ohlmann and Sylvie Chokron},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2008},
  volume={1214},
  pages={127-35}
}
The aim of the present study was to show that space perception depends on sensori-motor experience. We induced spatial biases by a non-conflictual lateralized sensori-motor task on twenty seven right-handed healthy volunteers (left-to-right readers). After a pre-test and before a post-test, which assessed visuo-motor and perceptual subjective midpoint in line bisection, participants performed a short lateralized pointing task (towards the left or right hemispace). Results indicated that this… CONTINUE READING

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