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This paper examines the influence which participants' task strategy has on directional control-response compatibility. Two experiments are reported in which participants were grouped according to the strategies they reported using while driving a simulated analogy of an underground coal mine shuttle car. In Experiment 1, compatibility effects were found for participants who reported adopting the wheel-referenced instruction. No reaction time compatibility effects were observed for participantsdoi:10.1080/1463922x.2013.857738 fatcat:dhtogtk3xvbgxeqcjxhxoildiq