The acquisition of task-specific productions and modifications of declarative representations in spatial-precuing tasks.

@article{Proctor1988TheAO,
  title={The acquisition of task-specific productions and modifications of declarative representations in spatial-precuing tasks.},
  author={Robert W. Proctor and Thomas Gilmour Reeve},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={1988},
  volume={117 2},
  pages={
          182-96
        }
}
The stimulus-response translation stage of human information processing plays a mediating role of relating stimuli to assigned responses. The translation stage has been implicated as the locus of a pattern of differential precuing benefits obtained in spatial-choice tasks (Proctor & Reeve, 1986; Reeve & Proctor, 1985): When pairs of finger responses from the middle and index fingers of each hand are precued, the two leftmost and two rightmost responses show the greatest benefit. This pattern of… CONTINUE READING
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