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The Influence of Visual Inducers on Choices in the Different Criterion-loci of Judgments
The Journal of The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers
This study examined the effects of visual inducing stimulus on choices when the criterion-locus of judgment was internal or external. In a preference choice task(internal criteria) ,subjects were asked to choose the drawing they preferred from two drawings. In a cognitive choice task(external criteria) ,subjects were asked to choose the drawing that included more elements from two drawings. Visual inducing stimulus(an arrow and/or a CG character)was task-irrelevant and often presented todoi:10.3169/itej.66.j500 fatcat:s7mx4djjhzbphfqjxs346mbyg4