Lab Report #4 - Stephanie Warner PHS 184 LAB C Ms. Jessica...

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Stephanie Warner PHS 184 LAB C Ms. Jessica Russell 12 February 2007 Lab Report #4 1. The mean RT for visual stimulus conditions is 283 ms. The mean RT for audible stimulus conditions is 221 ms.
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Warner 2 2. Mean Vaules for Audio and Visual Stimulus RTs 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Audio Visual conditioned stimulus reaction time (ms)
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Warner 3 3. Visual stimuli take longer to process than audio stimuli. Therefore reaction times for audio stimuli will be faster than reaction times for visual stimuli. 4. The results of the lab were fairly consistent with the hypothesis that audio stimuli reaction time is faster than visual stimuli reaction time. As you can see on the graph with the individual subjects the blue bars, representing the visual stimulus, were for the most part higher than the purple bars, representing the audio stimulus. Also in the graph with the mean for all of the subjects, the visual bar is higher than the audio bar. This shows that reaction time for an audio stimulus is faster than reaction time for a visual stimulus. 5.
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course KNH 184 Lab taught by Professor Russell during the Spring '07 term at Miami University.

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Lab Report #4 - Stephanie Warner PHS 184 LAB C Ms. Jessica...

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