Perception efficiency for radio and television displays

Perception efficiency for radio and television displays

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Tests of the effect of time stress on human performance in the recognition situation were carried out using a standard television display with accompanying audio and noise sources, the student responding with a standard key punch. Reaction time and psychological moment measurements are reported and discussed.


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