Evidence for lasting sequence segmation in the discrete sequence-production task

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Verwey, Willem B. and Eikelboom, Teun (2003) Evidence for lasting sequence segmation in the discrete sequence-production task. Journal of Motor Behavior, 35 (2). pp. 171-181. ISSN 0022-2895

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Abstract:Focuses on a study which examined the mechanisms that are responsible for skilled execution of fixed keying sequences of limited length. Tasks initiated in the experiment; Analysis of latencies and experimental conditions; Reaction times to the choice reaction time task.
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