Input capability and speed of processing in mental retardation.

@article{Saccuzzo1979InputCA,
  title={Input capability and speed of processing in mental retardation.},
  author={D. Saccuzzo and M. Kerr and A. Marcus and R. Brown},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  year={1979},
  volume={88 4},
  pages={
          341-5
        }
}
The minimum stimulus duration for criterion accuracy and the minimum interval between presentation of a test and presentation of a masking stimulus for criterion accuracy were determined for mildly and moderately retarded adults and normal controls of the same mental and chronological age. The procedure was replicated three times in three separate sessions. Results indicated that both retarded groups required longer stimulus durations as well as longer masking intervals for criterion accuracy… Expand
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