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Some Psychological Applications of IT (cont.) Hyman (1953) study Measured choice reaction time as a function of information (H) by: (a) varying number of alternatives,
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Unformatted text preview: (b) varying number and probabilities of alternatives, and (c) varying sequential dependencies. In all three cases, RT was the same linear function of H....
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