2018
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2018.09.002
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Koji Sakai

Abstract: In traffic psychology, the Speed Anticipation Reaction Test (SART) is an experiment that examines perceptual-motor coordination. In this experiment, a target stimulus moves at a constant speed towards the center of the screen from the right-hand side and is hidden by a black frame in the middle. Participants are required to press a mouse button at the point at which they anticipate the target stimulus will reach the goal stimulus on the left. I have investigated possible influences that would affect the accura…

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