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Japanese Psychological Review
Performance is better when a stimulus and an assigned response spatially correspond than when they do not. In this paper, we focus on the commonality and differences between horizontal and vertical spatial representations underlying this spatial stimulus-response compatibility effect. When investigated separately, the vertical compatibility effect is comparable in size to the horizontal compatibility effect. On the other hand, their time courses differ. Moreover, the compatibility effect isdoi:10.24602/sjpr.57.2_235 fatcat:xh6llf7qnvhsti7jwr4csjru7e