Verbal-spatial and visuospatial coding of number-space interactions.

@article{Gevers2010VerbalspatialAV,
  title={Verbal-spatial and visuospatial coding of number-space interactions.},
  author={Wim Gevers and Seppe Santens and Elisah Dhooge and Qi Hua Chen and Lisa Van den Bossche and Wim Fias and Tom Verguts},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2010},
  volume={139 1},
  pages={180-90}
}
A tight correspondence has been postulated between the representations of number and space. The spatial numerical association of response codes (SNARC) effect, which reflects the observation that people respond faster with the left-hand side to small numbers and with the right-hand side to large numbers, is regarded as strong evidence for this correspondence. The dominant explanation of the SNARC effect is that it results from visuospatial coding of magnitude (e.g., the mental number line… CONTINUE READING
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