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Titel: Does a tool eliminate spatial compatibility effects?
Autor(en): Müsseler, Jochen
Kunde, Wilfried
Gausepohl, Detlef
Heuer, Herbert
Erscheinungsdatum: 2008
Zusammenfassung: Responding to a stimulus is faster and more accurate when stimulus location and response location spatially correspond than when they do not correspond (stimulus-response compatibility). In five experiments this standard compatibility effect is examined when using a T-shaped lever as a tool. Handling the lever allowed distinguishing body-related action effects (e.g., the tactile feedback from the moving finger) from external action effects (e.g., reaching at the stimulus with the levers end-point). Results showed that the spatial relationship between stimulus and the direction of the hand movement (S-R compatibility) as well as the relationship between the stimulus and the functional end-points of the tool (S-E compatibility) determine performance. More precisely, responses were fast and less error prone when both kinds of compatibility did correspond than when they did not correspond.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11780/639
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