What you see and what you are told : feedback does not diminish Action-Specific Perception
The action-specific perception account claims that ability to act causes differences in perception of task relevant stimuli. Critics argue that a response bias occurs, not a difference in perception. Feedback has empirical support for affecting response biases and distinguishing between response biases and perceptual biases. Feedback was given during an action-specific perception paradigm to determine how much of the action-specific effect could be explained by response biases. Participants played a computer-based game of tennis. The ball moved across the screen at various speeds between the ...
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