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People respond faster to smaller numbers in their left space and to larger numbers in their right space. Here we argue that movements in space contribute to the formation of spatial-numerical associations (SNAs). We studied the impact of continuous isometric forces along the horizontal or vertical cardinal axes on SNAs while participants performed random number production and arithmetic verification tasks. Our results suggest that such isometric directional force do not suffice to induce SNAs.
NC2: Motor-Priming aus einer Embodied Cognition Perspektive: Ein kraftdynamischer Test mit numerischen Aufgaben
15.01.20 → 31.01.23
Project: Funded by third parties