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Constant versus variable response signal delays in speed accuracy trade-offs : Effects of advance preparation for processing time

Constant versus variable response signal delays in speed accuracy trade-offs : Effects of advance preparation for processing time

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MILLER, Jeff, Gudrun SPROESSER, Rolf ULRICH, 2008. Constant versus variable response signal delays in speed accuracy trade-offs : Effects of advance preparation for processing time. In: Perception & psychophysics. 70(5), pp. 878-886. Available under: doi: 10.3758/PP.70.5.878

@article{Miller2008Const-10476, title={Constant versus variable response signal delays in speed accuracy trade-offs : Effects of advance preparation for processing time}, year={2008}, doi={10.3758/PP.70.5.878}, number={5}, volume={70}, journal={Perception & psychophysics}, pages={878--886}, author={Miller, Jeff and Sproesser, Gudrun and Ulrich, Rolf} }

application/pdf 2011-03-25T09:18:08Z Ulrich, Rolf terms-of-use 2008 Sproesser, Gudrun In two experiments, we used response signals (RSs) to control processing time and trace out speed accuracy trade-off (SAT) functions in a difficult perceptual discrimination task. Each experiment compared performance in blocks of trials with constant and, hence, temporally predictable RS lags against performance in blocks with variable, unpredictable RS lags. In both experiments, essentially equivalent SAT functions were observed with constant and variable RS lags. We conclude that there is little effect of advance preparation for a given processing time, suggesting that the discrimination mechanisms underlying SAT functions are driven solely by bottom-up information processing in perceptual discrimination tasks. 2011-03-25T09:18:08Z Sproesser, Gudrun Miller, Jeff Ulrich, Rolf eng Constant versus variable response signal delays in speed accuracy trade-offs : Effects of advance preparation for processing time Miller, Jeff First publ. in: Perception & psychophysics 70 (2008), 5, pp. 878-886

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