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|Title:||A speeded coding task using a computer-based mouse response|
|Citation:||Behavior Research Methods (Print Edition), 2005; 37(3):538-544|
|Publisher:||Psychonomic Soc Inc|
|McPherson, Jason and Burns, Nicholas R.|
|Abstract:||This study assessed whether a speeded coding task that used a computer-based mouse response (CBMR) format was a measure of general processing speed (Gs). By analyzing the task within a network of tasks representing both traditional Gs tests and reaction time tasks, it was shown that a CBMR test can be used to measure the same construct as traditional paper-and-pencil (PP) tests and that this response format does not introduce variance associated with psychomotor performance. Differences between PP and CBMR formats were observed, and it is argued that these may provide information on individual differences in performance not available from traditional coding tests.|
|Keywords:||Humans; Visual Perception; Reaction Time; Wechsler Scales; Computers; Adult; Female; Male|
|Description:||Copyright © 2005 Psychonomic Society|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology publications|
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