Correlates of within-person (across-occasion) variability in reaction time.

@article{Salthouse2005CorrelatesOW,
  title={Correlates of within-person (across-occasion) variability in reaction time.},
  author={Timothy Salthouse and Diane E Berish},
  journal={Neuropsychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={19 1},
  pages={77-87}
}
A total of 420 adults between 18 and 91 years of age carried palm pilot (Palm M100; PalmOne, Milpitas, CA) devices and performed several reaction time trials when prompted at random times during the day. On the average, within-person variability in median reaction time from one occasion to the next was nearly the same magnitude as the between-persons variability in across-occasion mean reaction time. Analyses controlling the variation in one variable when examining relations involving the other… CONTINUE READING

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