Measuring Corrective Reaction Time with the Intermittent Illumination Model

  title={Measuring Corrective Reaction Time with the Intermittent Illumination Model},
  author={Jui-Feng Lin and Colin G. Drury and Chin-Mei Chou and Yu-De Lin and Yi-Quan Lin},
The main objective of this research was to develop a methodology based on Drury’s [1] intermittent illumination model to directly measure individuals’ corrective reaction times, without the two methodology-related issues of Lin & Drury [2]. Six highly-practiced participants performed self-paced circular tracking tasks by using a modified LED monitor in a darkened room. While performing movements, the monitor’s backlight was intermittently turned on and off to generate five values of expected… CONTINUE READING
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