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The additivity of stimulus-response compatibility with the effects of sensory and motor factors in a tactile choice reaction time task

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A tactile, two-choice, reaction time experiment is reported in which the effects of stimulus-response compatibility, response repertoire, and stimulus intensity are found to be additive. The implication of these results for the underlying information processing stage structure is discussed.

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