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dc.contributor.authorVilchez, J L (1)
dc.description.abstractStudies are reviewed regarding the influence of attention capture (in either an endogenous or an exogenous manner) on movement. Those studies used discrete-trial movements, such as grasping or reaching for an object, to account for that influence. This review and its conclusions are derived from a more ecological, realistic perspective, taking into account the possible application of future findings on real-life tasks. In general, previous models and theories have highlighted the spatial and temporal characteristics of the way stimuli present into the visual scene. This present work is not focused on analytical, physical features of stimuli, but on a holistic, mental meaning of stimuli's representation accounting for the distinct kinds of effect given on this cognitive-processes relationship. A new perspective is proposed, relying on the meaning a stimulus can have per se, or on the context wherein a stimulus is presented, to explain prior findings and to address future issues on this topic. This original account can be applied practically to scientific analysis, for example, of those points in roads with high likelihood of car crash also known as "black spots" in road safety. It is assumed that current road designs do not take into account possible, non-obvious counterproductive effects given by the interaction of different meanings together and inserted in a determined context.es_ES
dc.publisherJournal of Mind and Behaviores_ES
dc.relation.ispartofseries;vol. 34, nº 2
dc.titleThe Locus of Stimuli Meaning in the Influence of Attention on Movement: Meaning-Dependent Response Activation Model.es_ES
dc.typeArticulo Revista Indexadaes_ES

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