Moderate variability in stimulus presentation improves motor response control.

@article{Wodka2009ModerateVI,
  title={Moderate variability in stimulus presentation improves motor response control.},
  author={Ericka L. Wodka and Daniel J. Simmonds and E Mark Mahone and Stewart H. Mostofsky},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={483-8}
}
To examine the impact of interstimulus "jitter" (i.e., randomization of the interval between successive stimulus events) on response control during continuous task performance, 41 healthy adults completed four go/no-go tasks that were identical except for interstimulus interval (ISI) jitter: a 0% jitter task with a fixed (1,000-ms) ISI, a 10% jitter task with an ISI range of 900-1,100 ms, a 30% jitter task with an ISI range of 700-1,300 ms, and a 50% jitter task with an ISI range of 500-1,500… CONTINUE READING

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