EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TIME IN A FLANKER TASK FOR DIFFERENT CONDITIONS OF TARGET-FLANKER DISTANCE

  • Julia García Sevilla
  • María José Pedraja Linares
  • Guillermo Campoy Menéndez
  • Damián Amaro Egea-Caparrós
  • Pedro Martín Oviedo
  • Pedro Raúl Montoro Martínez
Keywords: flanker task, exposure time, target-flanker spatial distance, flanker processing

Abstract

The aim of our research is to assess the effect of exposure time of stimuli on the magnitude of the Flanker Compatibility Effect (FCE). Therefore, we have carried out an experiment which different exposure time conditions (14 ms, 157 ms and until response) related to different spatial distance conditions (0’16º, 0,47º, y 1,14º of visual angle center to center). The results suggest that exposure time does not affect the FCE, even under different spatial distance conditions. We conclude that possibly a certain degree of automaticity in the processing of the flankers takes place.

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Author Biographies

Julia García Sevilla
Universidad de Murcia España
María José Pedraja Linares
Universidad de Murcia España
Guillermo Campoy Menéndez
Universidad de Murcia España
Damián Amaro Egea-Caparrós
Universidad de Murcia España
Pedro Martín Oviedo
Universidad de Murcia España
Pedro Raúl Montoro Martínez
Universidad de Murcia España
How to Cite
García Sevilla, J., Pedraja Linares, M. J., Campoy Menéndez, G., Egea-Caparrós, D. A., Martín Oviedo, P., & Montoro Martínez, P. R. (1). EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TIME IN A FLANKER TASK FOR DIFFERENT CONDITIONS OF TARGET-FLANKER DISTANCE. Anales De Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 19(1), 27-36. Retrieved from https://revistas.um.es/analesps/article/view/27821
Section
Basic psychological processes

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