Stimulus and response representations underlying orthogonal stimulus-response compatibility effects.

@article{Cho2003StimulusAR,
  title={Stimulus and response representations underlying orthogonal stimulus-response compatibility effects.},
  author={Yang Seok Cho and Robert W. Proctor},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2003},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={45-73}
}
One of the most important findings in recent years regarding response selection is that stimulus-response compatibility (SRC) effects occur for situations in which stimulus and response sets vary along orthogonal dimensions. For two-choice tasks, two types of orthogonal SRC effects are found: an overall advantage for the up-right/down-left mapping, and mapping preferences that vary as a function of position of the response apparatus and responding hand. We review evidence regarding the nature… CONTINUE READING