Academic journal article Attention, Perception and Psychophysics

Erratum To: Response Trajectories Reveal Conflict Phase in Image-Word Mismatch

Academic journal article Attention, Perception and Psychophysics

Erratum To: Response Trajectories Reveal Conflict Phase in Image-Word Mismatch

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Floris T. van Vugt & Patrick Cavanagh

Published online: 27 April 2012

© Psychonomic Society, Inc. 2012

Erratum to: Atten Percept Psychophys

DOI 10.3758/s13414-011-0261-0

The abstract that appears below was inadvertently leftout of the original article.

Abstract In the present study, response trajectories were used in a picture-word conflict task to determine the timing of intermediate processing stages that are relatively inaccessible to response time measures. A marker was placed above or below the word ABOVE or BELOW so that its location was congruent or in conflict with the word's meaning. To report either word location (above or below the marker) or word meaning, participants moved a mouse upward toward the appropriate top leftor right answer corner on the display screen. Their response trajectories showed a number of distinctive features: First, at about 200 ms after stimulus onset (the "decision moment"), the trajectory abruptly began to arc toward the appropriate answer corner; second, when the word's meaning and position were in conflict, the trajectory showed an interruption that continued until the conflict was resolved. …

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