The present work set out to test the prediction of the dual-route response selection account of the Simon effect, which maintains that the Simon effect, and its facilitation and interference components, should show up at the response selection stage irrespective of when it takes place during processing. Previous works have shown that in the case of a movement response, two strategies can be adopted for responding. The main difference between these two response strategies consists of when response selection operations take place. The two experiments reported in the present study showed that when response selection operates clearly before movement initiations, the Simon effect shows up in reaction time and not in movement time.

Does the Simon effect affect movement execution? / Rubichi, Sandro; A., Pellicano. - In: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY. - ISSN 0954-1446. - STAMPA. - 16:(2004), pp. 825-840.

Does the Simon effect affect movement execution?

RUBICHI, Sandro;
2004

Abstract

The present work set out to test the prediction of the dual-route response selection account of the Simon effect, which maintains that the Simon effect, and its facilitation and interference components, should show up at the response selection stage irrespective of when it takes place during processing. Previous works have shown that in the case of a movement response, two strategies can be adopted for responding. The main difference between these two response strategies consists of when response selection operations take place. The two experiments reported in the present study showed that when response selection operates clearly before movement initiations, the Simon effect shows up in reaction time and not in movement time.
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Does the Simon effect affect movement execution? / Rubichi, Sandro; A., Pellicano. - In: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY. - ISSN 0954-1446. - STAMPA. - 16:(2004), pp. 825-840.
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