The locus of stimulus probability effect in choice reaction time

@article{Spector1976TheLO,
  title={The locus of stimulus probability effect in choice reaction time},
  author={A. Spector and Ronald D. Lyons},
  journal={Bulletin of the psychonomic society},
  year={1976},
  volume={7},
  pages={519-521}
}
A choice reaction time experiment was conducted in which subjects were to respond with one response to either of two stimuli, S1 and S2, and with another response to a third stimulus, S3. The stimuli in the low-compatibility condition were three colors and the responses were letter names. In a high-compatibility condition, S1 and S2 were upper- and lowercases of the same letter and S3 was another letter. The responses were the letter names. The relative frequency of S1 and S2 was manipulated… Expand

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