Automatic imitation? Imitative compatibility affects responses at high perceptual load.
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...…is known about its speed (Catmur & Heyes, 2011; Cracco et al., 2018; Wiggett, Downing, & Tipper, 2013) and the role of awareness (Mele, Mattiassi, & Urgesi, 2014) or attention (Bach, Peatfield, & Tipper, 2007; Catmur, 2016; Chong, Cunnington, Williams, & Mattingley, 2009; Cracco & Brass, 2017)....
...Similarly, using a different technique, another study showed that increasing the perceptual load did not make automatic imitation disappear but instead made it reverse (Catmur, 2016)....
...In other words, it was argued that stimulus movements were still processed when attentional load was high but that this led to a negative imitation effect attributable to inhibitory processes (Catmur, 2016)....
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...These data add to evidence that lab-based experiments are measuring the same function as that which takes place in more naturalistic studies in which imitation occurs without attention (Chartrand & Bargh, 1999)....
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...Experiment 2 manipulated target-distractor compatibility at each of four levels of perceptual load, using the same manipulation as Lavie (1995): on compatible trials, the distractor stimulus comprised the same letter as the target, while on incompatible trials it was the alternative letter....
...…of a standard perceptual load effect was tested using distractor letter stimuli in order to make the manipulation as similar as possible to that of Lavie (1995), while also including the hand stimuli in order to assess any effect of increased perceptual complexity on the perceptual load effect....
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