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Investigating ideomotor cognition with motorvisual priming paradigms: key findings, methodological challenges, and future directions

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Thomaschke, Roland
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Ideomotor theory claims that perceptual representations of action-effects are functionally involved in the planning of actions. Strong evidence for this claim comes from a phenomenon called motorvisual priming. Motorvisual priming refers to the finding that action planning directly affects perception, and that the effects are selective for stimuli that share features with the planned action. ...


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