stimulus–response compatibility

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The degree to which a set of stimuli and associated responses are naturally related to each other. For example, stimulus–response compatibility occurs if, when coloured lights and coloured balls are presented to a subject, the response required is to hit the ball of the same colour as the flashing light, rather than one of a different colour.

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