Estes, Verges, and Barsalou (2008, Study 2) reported that reading a word with a spatial connotation (e.g., sky) interfered with the subsequent identification of an unrelated visual stimulus (letter X or O) presented in a semantically related portion of the screen (location-cue congruency, or LCC, effect). In 9 studies we attempted to replicate of the LLC, overall the data do not replicate this effect. Methodological and theoreical impliciations are discussed.

Spatial Congruency Effects Exist, Just Not for Words: Looking Into Estes, Verges, and Barsalou (2008)

Petrova, Anna;Navarrete, Eduardo;Suitner, Caterina;Job, Remo;Peressotti, Francesca
2018

Abstract

Estes, Verges, and Barsalou (2008, Study 2) reported that reading a word with a spatial connotation (e.g., sky) interfered with the subsequent identification of an unrelated visual stimulus (letter X or O) presented in a semantically related portion of the screen (location-cue congruency, or LCC, effect). In 9 studies we attempted to replicate of the LLC, overall the data do not replicate this effect. Methodological and theoreical impliciations are discussed.
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