Perceptual and cognitive factors governing performance in comparative arrival-time judgments.

@article{Law1993PerceptualAC,
  title={Perceptual and cognitive factors governing performance in comparative arrival-time judgments.},
  author={David J. Law and J W Pellegrino and Sean R. Mitchell and Susan C. Fischer and Timothy P. McDonald and E. B. Hunt},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1993},
  volume={19 6},
  pages={1183-99}
}
Four experiments were conducted to investigate factors affecting relative arrival-time judgments in the transverse plane. Across experiments, results indicated an overreliance on relative distance information. The levels of relative velocity and distance used in the arrival-time task were proved discriminable, and performance in both relative velocity and distance judgments predicted performance in the relative arrival-time task. Despite the distance bias, an attempt to integrate relative… CONTINUE READING

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