HumanFactorslab6 - For this experiment our instructor gave...

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Methods Participants Each member of our group were subjects used in the reaction time and the Hick-Hyman Law lab. The participants were randomly chosen out of our assigned groups in a North Material Two decks of cards, a sheet with matrices for recording the results, a cell phone for tracking time and a list of conditions in randomized order provided by the instructor were used. Design The dependent variables measured in the reaction time and the Hick-Hyman Law lab were the amount correct and incorrect cards. The independent variables were the identical decks of cards, and weather or not the cards were face up or down. Procedure
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Unformatted text preview: For this experiment our instructor gave us a list of four conditions that each member of our group was to go by. When our partner was ready we discussed the conditions to them and shuffled the cards. Our partner did each of the four tasks twice at different speeds (comfortable pace and a rapid pace). When ready the partner was timed while completing the timing task. The cards were sorted with no redos or undos. Each partner sorted cards face down. When partner was complete with the task the number of correct and incorrect items were recorded in the associated matrix. The time was also recorded. This procedure was repeated for the next three conditions....
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2011 for the course INDUSTRIAL 472 taught by Professor Stanfield during the Spring '11 term at N.C. A&T.

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