The rotating spot method of timing subjective events.

  title={The rotating spot method of timing subjective events.},
  author={Susan Pockett and Arden Miller},
  journal={Consciousness and cognition},
  volume={16 2},
The rotating spot method of timing subjective events involves the subject's watching a rotating spot on a computer and reporting the position of the spot at the instant when the subjective event of interest occurs. We conducted an experiment to investigate factors that may impact on the results produced by this method, using the subject's perception of when they made a simple finger movement as the subjective event to be timed. Seven aspects of the rotating spot method were investigated, using… CONTINUE READING

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