Cognitive-emotional dysfunction among noisy minds: predictions from individual differences in reaction time variability.

@article{Ode2011CognitiveemotionalDA,
  title={Cognitive-emotional dysfunction among noisy minds: predictions from individual differences in reaction time variability.},
  author={Scott Ode and Michael D. Robinson and Devin M Hanson},
  journal={Cognition & emotion},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={307-27}
}
Mental noise can be defined as less reliable information processing. Individuals with high levels of mental noise are thought to be disadvantaged in cognitive, emotional, and behavioural realms. The present five studies (total N=298) investigated such potential disadvantages among normally functioning college undergraduates. Mental noise was operationalised in terms of the reaction time coefficient of variation (RTCV), a measure of RT variability that corrects for average levels of mental speed… CONTINUE READING

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