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time data have been developed more extensively in the case of non-temporal, perceptual decision research than in timing research. This chapter describes how to apply reaction time ( rt ) analysis techniques from non-temporal decision research to the temporal domain, and it describes Matlab code that

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In: Timing and Time Perception: Procedures, Measures, & Applications

1 Introduction: A Space of Timing Models Reaction times are a rich form of data that has been widely used to understand how humans and other animals make simple, two-alternative perceptual discriminations, and how they time intervals. However, statistical techniques for analyzing reaction time data

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In: Timing and Time Perception: Procedures, Measures, & Applications
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ability and physical activity maintenance, which is expected to improve with development and (ii) reaction time (starting to beg faster than other chicks when a parent arrives). Reaction time has been shown to predict which nestling gets fed (Teather, 1992 ; Dearborn, 1998 ; Hofstetter & Ritchison

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, der in dem über 300seifigen Werk das Buch von Said zitiert; eine bessere Verbreitung wäre diesem sehr zu wünschen. Htnfzsche, Bern 17. Josef Brozek und Maarten S. Sibinga, Origins 0/ Psychometry: Johann Jacoh de Jaager, Student 0/ P.C.Ponders on Reaction Time and Mental Processes (J865J, Nieuwkoop

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quite detached from the muscles and joints that are involved in the action. Keywords : Motor control; tools; goal-directed movements; reaction time; pointing. INTRODUCTION In order to reach out for an object with our hand, we must transform visual information about positions that are suitable for

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subject. We measured the reaction time (RT) and the accuracy of the decision in all groups (AH, NH, C) for either type of stimulus. Further, the mean voice onset time, the time between presentation of the stimulus and the time of onset of the first verbalization weres measured. Due to technical reasons

In: Timing & Time Perception

. Dual Working Memory 2-Back Reaction Time Task (DWM2B-RT). A series of letters were displayed at various locations on a computer monitor. Beginning with the third letter and continuing with every subsequent letter, participants were asked to make a “same-different” decision with respect to whether the

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture

et al. , 2002 , 2004 ; Murray et al. , 2005 ; Schroger and Widmann, 1998 ; Schurmann et al. , 2002 ). In terms of the psychophysical findings, researchers consistently demonstrate reaction time (RT) facilitation to multisensory conditions compared to unisensory conditions. Yet, very little

In: Multisensory Research

). Similarly, speed and accuracy during the performance of cognitive tasks, such as working memory, response inhibition or simple reaction time (RT) tasks, are also subject to circadian variations (reviewed by Blatter & Cajochen, 2007 ; García et al., 2012 ; Valdez et al., 2010 ; Wright, Hull, & Czeisler