Do university students really have difficulty in duration judgments? Comment on Okazaki and Matsuda (2008, 2010)
Piotr Francuz , Piotr Oleś
AbstractSummary.—Reinterpretation suggests that low performance of the participants studied by Okazaki and Matsuda (2008, 2010) may have been caused by using a procedure which overloads the cognitive capacities of undergraduate students. The questions asked participants about their reasoning could have led to cognitive overload because they performed two tasks: judgment of movement duration and paying attention to what kind of knowledge should be used (α or β). Some interpretations are offered referring to possible effects of training procedures for applying both kinds of knowledge.
|Journal series||Perceptual and Motor Skills, ISSN 0031-5125, (A 15 pkt)|
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