Response time distributions: some simple effects of factors selectively influencing mental processes.

@article{Schweickert1999ResponseTD,
  title={Response time distributions: some simple effects of factors selectively influencing mental processes.},
  author={Richard Schweickert and M Giorgini},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={1999},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={269-88}
}
When hypotheses about mental processing are tested with response times, inferences are often based on means, and occasionally on variance or skewness. Calculations on entire distributions of response times are more informative and can be conveniently carried out. Recently investigators have been updating procedures primarily based on means (such as additive factors tests) to procedures employing entire distribution functions. In one such advance, Nozawa and Townsend upgraded earlier tests of… CONTINUE READING
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