Top-down contingencies of nonconscious priming revealed by dual-task interference.

  • Ulrich Ansorge
  • Published 2004 in
    The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology…

Abstract

According to the direct parameter specification (DPS) account, reaction time effects of invisible primes depend on top-down control settings directed to targets (Neumann & Klotz, 1994). If this hypothesis holds, effects of invisible primes should decrease in dual-task as compared with single-task conditions: Prior to the primes control settings for the… (More)

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