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Presented By: Department of Psychology

Psychology Methods Hour: Online, continuous tracking of response force: What can we learn from the journey of a keypress?

Dr. Daniel Weissman, Professor of Psychology

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Abstract:
Researchers often use response times and error rates to draw inferences about the processes and representations that underlie behavior. But response times and error rates index only the endpoints of neurocognitive processing. In this Methods Hour talk, I will show that using force-sensitive keyboards to track anticipatory response activation before a button press occurs can distinguish between competing accounts of cognitive control. I will then discuss how tracking response activation could be useful in a wide variety of experimental contexts.
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Psychology Methods Hour

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November 19, 2021 (Friday) 12:00pm
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