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Transfer of training in a simple motor skill along the speed dimension

Author: Robert B AmmonsCarol H AmmonsRoss L MorganUniversity of Louisville. Department of Psychology.Aerospace Medical Laboratory (U.S.)All authors
Publisher: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio : Wright Air Development Center, Air Research and Development Command, United States Air Force, 1954.
Series: WADC technical report, 53-498.
Edition/Format:   Book : National government publication : English
Database:WorldCat
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The required speed of response is one of the many dimensions along which tasks vary. Although it is well-known that, in general, as the speed of a task increases, proficiency of performance decreases, the relationship between the performance of a first and second task as a function of the difference in their speed requirements is not so well known. The study being reported was designed to obtain information on the  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert B Ammons; Carol H Ammons; Ross L Morgan; University of Louisville. Department of Psychology.; Aerospace Medical Laboratory (U.S.); Wright Air Development Center.
OCLC Number: 70665147
Notes: "March 1954."
"RDO no. 694-17."
"WADC-TR-53-498"--T.p. verso.
Description: v, 22 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Series Title: WADC technical report, 53-498.
Responsibility: Robert B. Ammons, Carol H. Ammons, Ross L. Morgan.

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The required speed of response is one of the many dimensions along which tasks vary. Although it is well-known that, in general, as the speed of a task increases, proficiency of performance decreases, the relationship between the performance of a first and second task as a function of the difference in their speed requirements is not so well known. The study being reported was designed to obtain information on the general problem of the influence of the speed of a training task upon the performance of a following task.

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