Methods for validating chronometry of computerized tests.

@article{Salmon2017MethodsFV,
  title={Methods for validating chronometry of computerized tests.},
  author={Joshua P. Salmon and Stephanie A. H. Jones and Chris D P Wright and Beverly C. Butler and Raymond M Klein and Gail A. Eskes},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={190-210}
}
Determining the speed at which a task is performed (i.e., reaction time) can be a valuable tool in both research and clinical assessments. However, standard computer hardware employed for measuring reaction times (e.g., computer monitor, keyboard, or mouse) can add nonrepresentative noise to the data, potentially compromising the accuracy of measurements and the conclusions drawn from the data. Therefore, an assessment of the accuracy and precision of measurement should be included along with… CONTINUE READING