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When vision influences the invisible distractor: tactile response compatibility effects require vision.

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Research on the nature of crossmodal interactions between vision and touch has shown that even task-irrelevant visual information can support the processing of tactile targets. In the present study, we implemented a tactile variant of the Eriksen flanker task to investigate the influences of vision on the processing of tactile distractors. In particular, we analyzed whether the size of the flanker effect at the level of perceptual congruency and at the level of response compatibility would di...

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10.1037/a0035047

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MSD
Department:
Experimental Psychology
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Author
Journal:
Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
Volume:
40
Issue:
2
Pages:
763-774
Publication date:
2014-04-01
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EISSN:
1939-1277
ISSN:
0096-1523
Source identifiers:
459144
Language:
English
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uuid:3c5cac31-7617-4046-8e3d-d49f7c3cd648
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Deposit date:
2014-06-16

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