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Ipsilateral Confusion in 2-Choice and 4-Choice Responses with the Hands and Feet

Nature volume 199, page 1312 (28 September 1963) | Download Citation

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THE experiments to be described here suggest that confusion occurs between ipsilateral responses in certain choice-reaction tasks. This finding has apparently not been reported before.

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    • K. W. BLYTH

    Present address: The Nuffield Foundation, London.

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  1. Psychological Laboratory, University of Cambridge.

    • K. W. BLYTH

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