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Is the reaction time-movement time relationship 'essentially zero'?



Is the reaction time-movement time relationship 'essentially zero'?



Perceptual and Motor Skills 41(3): 720-722



It was hypothesized that, if RM-MT correlations are "essentially zero," then the magnitude of that correlation should not be subject to variation due to the manipulation of various experimental variables. In this experiment, Ss were tested with either RT-MT together or done separately. Results indicated significant relationships for 18 males but not for 18 females. The "essentially zero" position was discussed as being procedurally specific.

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DOI: 10.2466/pms.1975.41.3.720


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