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Attention influences number processing: Evidence from number comparative task
C. Liu; X. L. Fu
Conference Name会议论文
Conference Date2004
Conference PlaceBeijing
AbstractIn this study, we investigated how the number processing was influenced by the attention. Numbers in different magnitudes (1-4 and 6-9) and notations (Chinese and Arabic) were presented in attended condition (in the center) or unattended condition (3°¡ã left or right of the center). The task was comparing numbers with 5. Two major number processing effects, number distance effect and number notation effect, were tested. The results of our study showed that numbers of different magnitude had no processing difference in attended condition, but had significant processing difference in unattended condition. This indicated that attention influenced number processing differently according to number's magnitude.
Funding OrganizationIUPsyS
Subject Area认知心理学
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WOS IDWOS:000226118000638
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Document Type会议论文
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C. Liu,X. L. Fu. Attention influences number processing: Evidence from number comparative task[C],2004:70-70.
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