What can a precue enhance? An analysis of the experiments of proctor, Lu and Van Zandt (1992)☆

@inproceedings{Hasbroucq1994WhatCA,
  title={What can a precue enhance? An analysis of the experiments of proctor, Lu and Van Zandt (1992)☆},
  author={Thierry Hasbroucq and Camille-Aim{\'e} Possama{\"i}},
  year={1994}
}
Contrary to traditional conceptions, Stoffels, Van der Molen and Keuss (1989) and Hasbroucq and Guiard (1991) have proposed that the Simon effect reflects the processes of stimulus identification rather than those of response selection. In a recent issue of the journal, this new hypothesis was challenged by Proctor, Lu and Van Zandt (1992) on the basis of results showing that the Simon effect can be enhanced by precuing procedures. In the present paper, the evidence gathered by Proctor et al… CONTINUE READING

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