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《Studies of Psychology and Behavior》 2017-05
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"Action-Evaluation" Effect: The Interaction Between Body Movement and Cognitive Activity

WANG Hanlin;MO Lei;School of Education, Hebei Normal University;Center for Studies of Psychological Application/School of Psychology, South China Normal University;  
"Action-evaluation" effect, an embodiment effect referring to the relationship between pushing-pulling action and evaluation, is an important evidence for embodied cognition theory. Previous research about this effect suggested that a pulling action is related to approaching good objects whereas a pushing action is related to avoiding bad objects. Therefore, using these actions to evaluate the valence of the stimuli could trigger the "action-evaluation" effect. However, later studies found this effect is inherently malleable and can be conditioned. Correspondingly, this effect has been interpreted by several different accounts. Further research could continue to investigate the essence and the boundary of this effect.
【Fund】: 河北省教育厅2017重点项目(SD171080);; 河北师范大学科研基金资助项目(L2017B25)
【CateGory Index】: B842.1
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