publication . Article . 2016

Perceived state of self during motion can differentially modulate numerical magnitude allocation.

Arshad, Q; Nigmatullina, Y; Roberts, RE; Goga, U; Pikovsky, M; Khan, S; Lobo, R; Flury, AS; Pettorossi, VE; Cohen-Kadosh, R; ...
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  • Published: 11 Jul 2016 Journal: European Journal of Neuroscience, volume 44, pages 2,369-2,374 (issn: 0953-816X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Although a direct relationship between numerical-allocation and spatial-attention has been proposed, recent research suggests these processes are not directly coupled. In keeping with this, spatial attention shifts induced either via visual or vestibular motion can modulate numerical allocation in some circumstances but not in others. In addition to shifting spatial attention, visual or vestibular motion-paradigms also (i) elicit compensatory eye-movements which themselves can influence numerical-processing and (ii) alter the perceptual-state of-"self", inducing changes in bodily self-consciousness impacting upon cognitive mechanisms. Thus, the precise mechanism...
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free text keywords: Perception, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Motion perception, Anatomy, Subliminal stimuli, Photic Stimulation, Communication, business.industry, business, Cognition, Eye movement, Optokinetic reflex, Psychology, Cognitive psychology, Vestibular system, numerical magnitude, spatial attention, vestibular cognition, Neurology & Neurosurgery, 1109 Neurosciences, 1702 Cognitive Science, 1701 Psychology
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publication . Article . 2016

Perceived state of self during motion can differentially modulate numerical magnitude allocation.

Arshad, Q; Nigmatullina, Y; Roberts, RE; Goga, U; Pikovsky, M; Khan, S; Lobo, R; Flury, AS; Pettorossi, VE; Cohen-Kadosh, R; ...