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Shaking hands: Priming by social action effects

Abstract:

In a semi-naturalistic response-effect compatibility paradigm, participants were given the opportunity to learn that hand-shaking actions would be followed by social effects (human hand-shaking stimuli from a third-person perspective) or inanimate effects (block arrow stimuli). Relative to the actions, these effects appeared on the same or the opposite side of the screen (positional compatibility), and pointed towards or away from the response hand (directional compatibility). After learning,...

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10.1348/000712609X484595

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Journal:
British Journal of Psychology
Volume:
101
Issue:
4
Pages:
739-749
Publication date:
2010-11-05
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ISSN:
2044-8295
URN:
uuid:fa250181-b19d-41d9-8858-2e5caa97c9c6
Source identifiers:
301344
Local pid:
pubs:301344
Language:
English

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