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Self-related information interfere with task performances: a cross-cultural investigation

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Recent research suggests more enhanced processing of task-relevant self-information in Westerners than in Easterners. The current study further tested the hypothesis that self-related task-irrelevant information is processed more extensively in Westerners than in Easterners. British and Chinese participants were asked to judge the relative length of horizontal and vertical lines of a cross presented peripherally, while ignoring centrally presented self-related or non-self st...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed

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10.1007/s40167-015-0030-3

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Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg Publisher's website
Journal:
Culture and Brain Journal website
Volume:
3
Issue:
2
Pages:
112-121
Publication date:
2015-06-01
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EISSN:
2193-8660
ISSN:
2193-8652
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542299
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2015-09-03

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