Viewpoint-dependent Priming Effects in the Perception of Human Actions and Body Postures

@inproceedings{Daems1999ViewpointdependentPE,
  title={Viewpoint-dependent Priming Effects in the Perception of Human Actions and Body Postures},
  author={Anja Daems and Karl Verfaillie},
  year={1999}
}
The identification of human actions and body postures viewed from different viewpoints was examined in four long-term priming experiments with static pictures of a human model. In Experiments 1 and 2 participants had to name or describe the pictures, and in Experiments 3 and 4 participants had to decide whether the pictures showed a possible or impossible body pose. Reliable priming effects were obtained only when priming and primed action or pose shared the same in-depth orientation… CONTINUE READING

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