Entropy and variability discrimination.

  title={Entropy and variability discrimination.},
  author={Michael E. Young and Edward A. Wasserman},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  volume={27 1},
Two experiments examined college students' discrimination of complex visual displays that involved different degrees of variability or "entropy." Displays depicted 16 black and white line drawings of various types (e.g., a brain, a clock, a hand); the participants were required to classify a display in terms of its variability (e.g., a low-variability display contains many identical items, whereas a high-variability display contains few identical items). The participants' accuracy and reaction… CONTINUE READING
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