Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. Louise R. Kent
Masters Thesis-Open Access
Test trials, consisting of the selection of two color cubes from a set of three different color cubes, were presented with: (1) a 15-second time delay between trials, (2) a single-color selection task between trials, (3) an unrelated motor task between trials and (4) no interspersion between trials. All Ss performed the task with more accuracy when test trials were separated by the unrelated motor task. The lowest level of accuracy occurred when test trials were presented sequentially with no interspersion. Performance appeared to be facilitated by the temporal separation of test trials.
Winter, Stanley Dale, "The Effect of Temporal Separation on Performance of a Discrimination Task" (1973). Master's Theses. 2686.