Age Differences in Performance of a Coincident Anticipation Task: Application of a Modified Information Processing Model

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1982 - Coincident anticipation - 396 pages
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Contents

DESIGN OF THE STUDY AND PILOT INVESTIGATION
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PROCEDURES
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RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
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33 trials 9 CE 9 year olds Absolute Constant Errors Absolute Error accurate Age and Velocity age differences Ages Nested Ages within analysis analysis of variance ANOVA arm movement speed arrived baseline child Child Development Child Psychology children and adults CN CN CN vO CO CO CO CU CO H coincident anticipation task consistent Constant Errors contralateral Days X Trials degrees of freedom developmental Developmental Psychology DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Error mph error of measurement Errors in msec Experiment II Experimental Psychology extraneous extraneous movement fast stimulus velocities faster fastest finger ft/sec H CO homogeneity of variance hypothesis information processing INFORMED CONSENT inhibit intermediate speeds Intraclass correlations investigation Journal of Motor Kelso Kendall's Tau Light Speed Lindon maturity tasks Mean S.D. mentally retarded ments microswitch Milliseconds Motor Behavior motor maturity measures motor maturity tests Motor Skills move Nested in Velocities Neurology non-parametric non-strategic Northam Older children older subjects olds and adults overarm performance photocell photoelectric cells Physical Education Post Hoc Comparisons preferred movement speed preferred speed Pronation replication Response Strategies rH CN rH rH rhesus monkey Roberton runway Safrit Scheffe Post Hoc scores session Shea et Shea et al Shea's significant slow speeds slow stimulus velocities slowest stimulus Smoll Source SS df Stadulis Standard Deviations standard error stimuli traveling stimulus speed Strategy-Use subroutines supination tempo tion Traveling Between 1.5-4.0 tween University of Wisconsin University of Wisconsin-Madison Velocities Nested vO vO X Trials Yoruba young children

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