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Effect of an unrelated fluent action on word recognition: A case of motor discrepancy.

Title: Effect of an unrelated fluent action on word recognition: A case of motor discrepancy.
Authors: Brouillet D; EPSYLON Laboratory Site St Charles, University Paul Valéry, Route de Mende, 34199, Montpellier CEDEX 5, France. denis.brouillet@univ-montp3.fr.
Milhau A; EPSYLON Laboratory Site St Charles, University Paul Valéry, Route de Mende, 34199, Montpellier CEDEX 5, France.
Brouillet T; CERSM Laboratory, University Paris X, Nanterre, France.
Servajean P; EPSYLON Laboratory Site St Charles, University Paul Valéry, Route de Mende, 34199, Montpellier CEDEX 5, France.
Source: Psychonomic Bulletin & Review [Psychon Bull Rev] 2017 Jun; Vol. 24 (3), pp. 894-900.
Publication Type: Journal Article
Language: English
Journal Info: In Process
Imprint Name(s): : Austin, TX : Psychonomic Society, Inc., c1994-
Abstract: It is now well established that motor fluency affects cognitive processes, including memory. In two experiments participants learned a list of words and then performed a recognition task. The original feature of our procedure is that before judging the words they had to perform a fluent gesture (i.e., typing a letter dyad). The dyads comprised letters located on either the right or left side of the keyboard. Participants typed dyads with their right or left index finger; the required movement was either very small (dyad composed of adjacent letters, Experiment 1) or slightly larger (dyad composed of letters separated by one key, experiment 2). The results show that when the gesture was performed in the ipsilateral space the probability of recognizing a word increased (to a lesser extent it is the same with the dominant hand, experiment 2). Moreover, a binary regression logistic highlighted that the probability of recognizing a word was proportional to the speed by which the gesture was performed. These results are discussed in terms of a feeling of familiarity emerging from motor discrepancy.
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Contributed Indexing: Discrepancy; Fluency; Gesture; Memory
Entry Date(s): 20170916
Update Code: 20170916
PMID: 27612859
PageCount: 894-894
volume: 24
issue: 3
issn: 1531-5320
pubdate: 2017
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3758/s13423-016-1160-0