Grasping at sticks: pseudoneglect for perception but not action
A current question in theories of visual cognition is whether distinct cognitive processes subserve perceptual judgments and perception for action. This paper examines bisection tasks which have previously been used to demonstrate a dissociation between perception and action in brain injured patients. Forty neurologically intact participants completed a standard line bisection task and a variant of this task-rod bisection. A typical leftwards bias was observed for line bisection but when asked...[Show more]
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