Measuring interference effects in numerical cognition

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A large number of studies use interference effects to investigate the underlying mechanisms of numerical cognition. One of the most studied interference is called the SNARC effect which reveals the association between response side and numerosity. The classical method to measure interference effects implicitly assumes that most participants have the same associations between the interfering a...


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