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Title: The importance of verbatim report : a between-subjects investigation
Authors: Beasley, Kayla
Keywords: vision verb;task instructions;response time;P300 differences;stimulus;oddball task
Issue Date: 8-Jul-2015
Publisher: Laurentian University of Sudbury
Abstract: Previous research manipulated the vision verb within task instructions and examined both response time and P300 differences in response to a stimulus using a within-subject oddball task. Response time and P300 differences between verb categories indicated the possibility of processing differences, however, these results could also have been a result of task switching given the nature a within-subject design. The current research used a between-subject oddball task to control for task switching and measure response time to stimuli following a specific task instruction. Results provide support for the task-switching account.
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