Visual responses to action between unfamiliar object pairs modulateextinction

@article{Wulff2013VisualRT,
  title={Visual responses to action between unfamiliar object pairs modulateextinction},
  author={Melanie Wulff and Glyn W. Humphreys},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2013},
  volume={51},
  pages={622-632}
}
Previous studies show that positioning familiar pairs of objects for action ameliorates visual extinction in neuropsychological patients (Riddoch, Humphreys, Edwards, Baker, & Willson, 2003). This effect is stronger when objects are viewed from a self-perspective and are placed in locations congruent with the patient's premorbid handedness (Humphreys, Wulff, Yoon, & Riddoch, 2010a), consistent with it being modulated by a motor response to the stimuli. There is also some evidence that… CONTINUE READING
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