1984
DOI: 10.2466/pms.1984.59.3.875 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Performance on a complex, four-choice, psychomotor task was measured both under self-paced conditions and under various levels of time constraint. Superior performance was produced by moderate reduction, relative to a self-paced baseline, of the time available for task completion, but this effect was exhibited only by subjects high in neuroticism. No contribution of introversion-extraversion could be demonstrated. Although cardiac acceleration was evident under some levels of constraint, the results cannot who… Show more

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“…Some research has reported an inverse relationship between TP and task effectiveness (McDaniel, 1990; Kobbeltvedt et al , 2005). Conversely, other research has reported either no relationship (Huchingson, 1973; Topi et al , 2005), or a positive relationship between these variables (Farmer et al , 1984). To complicate matters further, other researchers have proposed and found an inverted U‐shaped relationship between TP and task effectiveness (Choo, 1995).…”
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“…Some research has reported an inverse relationship between TP and task effectiveness (McDaniel, 1990; Kobbeltvedt et al , 2005). Conversely, other research has reported either no relationship (Huchingson, 1973; Topi et al , 2005), or a positive relationship between these variables (Farmer et al , 1984). To complicate matters further, other researchers have proposed and found an inverted U‐shaped relationship between TP and task effectiveness (Choo, 1995).…”
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