Manipulation and reversal of the probability of a correct stimulus prediction in a choice reaction task View Full Text


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DATE

1972-12

AUTHORS

Charles P. Whitman, E. Scott Geller

ABSTRACT

In a two-stimulus, two-response choice reaction time (RT) experiment, the probability of a correct stimulus prediction was controlled: the probability (P) was.70 or.30 for 400 trials or P was.70 or.30 for 200 trials and 1 — P for the remaining 200 trials. The difference between RT to correctly predicted stimuli and RT to incorrectly predicted stimuli was greater when P was.70 than when it was.30. When P shifted from.30 to.70, the effect of prediction outcome increased; the effect of prediction outcome decreased when P shifted from.70 to.30. Implications for learning in the development of expectancies for predicting correctly are discussed. More... »

PAGES

339-341

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1965-01. Behavioral hypotheses and choice reaction time in PSYCHONOMIC SCIENCE
  • 1973-02. Prediction outcome probabilities as determinants of choice reaction time in ATTENTION, PERCEPTION, & PSYCHOPHYSICS
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    TITLE

    Psychonomic Science

    ISSUE

    6

    VOLUME

    29

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/bf03336594

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