Strongly-motivated positive affects induce faster responses to local than global information of visual stimuli: an approach using large-size Navon letters.


Recent studies argue that strongly-motivated positive emotions (e.g. desire) narrow a scope of attention. This argument is mainly based on an observation that, while humans normally respond faster to global than local information of a visual stimulus (global advantage), positive affects eliminated the global advantage by selectively speeding responses to… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep19136


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