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When seeing doesn't matter: assessing the after-effects of tactile distractor processing in the blind and the sighted.

Abstract:

Negative priming (NP) refers to the finding that people's responses to probe targets previously presented as prime distractors are usually slower than to unrepeated stimuli. Intriguingly, the effect sizes of tactile NP were much larger than the effect sizes for visual NP. We analyzed whether the large tactile NP effect is just a side effect of the higher difficulty when processing tactile compared to visual stimuli. Thus, we analyzed tactile NP in a sample of blind participants and in a contr...

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10.1037/a0022336

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Journal:
Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
Volume:
37
Issue:
4
Pages:
1174-1181
Publication date:
2011-08-05
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EISSN:
1939-1277
ISSN:
0096-1523
URN:
uuid:10de2421-1b8d-455b-8bea-5deaf07243f6
Source identifiers:
170278
Local pid:
pubs:170278

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