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Is there an Embodiment of perceived Motion? Emotional Congruence for two patterns as a matter of fact

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Emotional congruence and Embodiment have been well documented in literature (Barsalou, 2008, 2009; Casasanto & Dijkstra, 2010). Certain dimensions of stimuli such as Horizontality seem linked to the reading direction of an individual (Phaf & Rotteveel, 2009), while others seem rather bound to biologically programmed factors such as life detectors in the environment (Westhoff & Troje, 2006). Authors of the present paper aimed to contribute theoretically to this debate by presenting a brief review of the literature and reflecting upon previous findings whereas implementing the question of Motion, for which they believe certain patterns could be embodied.
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hal-04082886 , version 1 (26-04-2023)

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Alhadi Chafi, Gaëlle Podevin, Loris Schiaratura, Stephane Rusinek. Is there an Embodiment of perceived Motion? Emotional Congruence for two patterns as a matter of fact. Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral, 2013, Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral, 2 (2), p.39-44. ⟨hal-04082886⟩

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