Self-organization of cognitive performance.

@article{Orden2003SelforganizationOC,
  title={Self-organization of cognitive performance.},
  author={Guy C Van Orden and John G. Holden and Michael T. Turvey},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2003},
  volume={132 3},
  pages={331-50}
}
Background noise is the irregular variation across repeated measurements of human performance. Background noise remains after task and treatment effects are minimized. Background noise refers to intrinsic sources of variability, the intrinsic dynamics of mind and body, and the internal workings of a living being. Two experiments demonstrate 1/f scaling (pink noise) in simple reaction times and speeded word naming times, which round out a catalog of laboratory task demonstrations that background… CONTINUE READING
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