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Tapping rate as a measure of the expectancy process in regular stimulus series.

Pieter A. Vroon

Tapping rate as a measure of the expectancy process in regular stimulus series.

by Pieter A. Vroon

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Published by University of Utrecht in Utrecht .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesReport -- no. 3.
ContributionsRijksuniversiteit Te Utrecht. Psychologisch Laboratorium.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21899126M

spatial relationship between stimulus and response. If, for example, a stimulus is presented on the left side of a display, it is responded to faster with a left-hand than with a right-hand response (e. g., Brebner, Shephard, & Cairney, ). This is the case even if stimulus location is. would depend on stimulus intensity but not on stimulus duration. The rate-dependent criterion models assume that the sensory system can compute rates for the sensory accumula- tion process. This would require a rather stable (i.e., not noisy) accumulation process to provide accurate estimates of.

We use state and county level variation to examine the impact of the American Readjustment and Recovery Act on employment. A cross state analysis suggests that one additional job was created by each $, in stimulus spending. Time series analysis at the state level suggests a smaller response with a per job cost of about $, These. Victor Vroom popularized his expectancy theory in the s, but it’s just as applicable to workplace performance 50 years later as it was then. Now more than ever, employers are applying the expectancy theory to total rewards initiatives to organically drive motivation and thus increase productivity.

Theoretical Background. Addiction has been described as a progressive neurological disorder of learning and memory whereby everyday associative learning processes become pathological (Hyman, ; Koob and Volkow, ).Teenagers experimenting with alcohol, for example, may discover that it makes them feel sociable and lively. Time-Based Expectancy for Task Relevant Stimulus Features. Roland Thomaschke. 1, *, Joachim Hoffmann. 2, Carola Haering. 3. and Andrea Kiesel. 1. 1. Institut für Psychologie, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany. 2. Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom. 3. Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany Received 5 May


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