Visual responses to action between unfamiliar object pairs modulate extinction.
Previous studies show that positioning familiar pairs of objects for action ameliorates visual extinction in neuropsychological patients (Riddoch, Humphreys, Edwards, Baker, and Willson, 2003). This effect is stronger when objects are viewed from a self-perspective and are placed in locations congruent with the patient's premorbid handedness (Humphreys, Wulff, Yoon, and Riddoch, 2010a), consistent with it being modulated by a motor response to the stimuli. There is also some evidence that ext...Expand abstract
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