Misspecifications of Stimulus Presentation Durations in Experimental Psychology: A Systematic Review of the Psychophysics Literature

@inproceedings{Elze2010MisspecificationsOS,
  title={Misspecifications of Stimulus Presentation Durations in Experimental Psychology: A Systematic Review of the Psychophysics Literature},
  author={Tobias Elze},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND In visual psychophysics, precise display timing, particularly for brief stimulus presentations, is often required. The aim of this study was to systematically review the commonly applied methods for the computation of stimulus durations in psychophysical experiments and to contrast them with the true luminance signals of stimuli on computer displays. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS In a first step, we systematically scanned the citation index Web of Science for studies with… CONTINUE READING
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