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Stimulus-Response Compatibility An Integrated Perspective (Advances in Psychology, 65) by Robert W. Proctor

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Published by North-Holland .
Written in English


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ContributionsT. Gilmour Reeve (Editor)
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Number of Pages508
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Open LibraryOL7533385M
ISBN 100444880925
ISBN 109780444880925

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Stimulus-response compatibility refers to the finding that certain mappings of stimuli to responses produce faster and more accurate responding than do others. The present volume surveys compatibility research which falls into four broad categories: (a) mental representation and coding (b) neurophysiological mechanisms (c) motor performance (d) human factors applications.   Stimulus-response compatibility refers to the finding that certain mappings of stimuli to responses produce faster and more accurate responding than do others. The present volume surveys compatibility Book Edition: 1.   Understanding of the factors that influence stimulus-response (S-R) compatibility and determine when and how compatibility effects will arise is a necessary foundation for appropriately applying compatibility principles in design and for evaluating the relative compatibility of alternative designs. Summarizing the state of contemporary knowledge reCited by: Stimulus–Response Compatibility and Selection of Action: Basic Concepts Atkins () emphasizes that great ideas in science are simple concepts with far-reaching consequences. Within the study of human performance and, more generally, psychology, the concept of stimulus-response (S-R) compatibility introduced by Paul Fitts and colleagues a little over 50 years ago qualifies as a great : Robert W. Proctor, Kim-Phuong L. Vu.

Spatial Coding and Spatio-Anatomical Mapping: Evidence for a Hierarchical Model of Spatial Stimulus-Response Compatibility Gabriele Heister, Peter Schroeder-Heister, Walter . Purchase Theoretical Issues in Stimulus-Response Compatibility, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Stimulus-Response Compatibility Stimulus-Response (S-R) Compatibility is usually defined as the ‘naturalness of the connection between the stimulus and the associated response'. Reaction Time for skill performance is faster the more compatible the S-R pairs. Stimulus-Response Compatibility (SRC) is an easy to observe phenomenon. It occurs when there is a harmonious relation between what you observe and how you have to respond to it. The figure below shows a daily life example of a compatible and incompatible situation.

In this chapter, we do exactly this, through the analysis and modeling of performance in a set of related stimulus-response compatibility tasks. This excursion into compatibility phenomena is a digression from the primary focus on practice, but it is a necessary step in the development of the chunking by: Understanding of the factors that influence stimulus-response (S-R) compatibility and determine when and how compatibility effects will arise is a necessary foundation for appropriately applying 5/5(1). Another determinant of S-R compatibility is the destination of a moving stimulus. For example, an object moving towards the right hand is more compatible with a right-hand response than an object moving towards the left hand, even if the object is closer to the left hand when the stimulus is perceived. Stimulus-response compatibility refers to the finding that certain mappings of stimuli to responses produce faster and more accurate responding than do others. The present volume surveys compatibility research which falls into four broad categories: (a) mental representation and coding (b) neurophysiological mechanisms (c) motor performance (d.