Noel Sat am-ann. Proof. Incline Tiara-treatable of contents Effects of “rush study habits” to college students (first research)l Simple reaction time Application of Weeper’s law on visual perceptions Effects of unavailability of words in sentence based on Jean Piglet’s Cognitive Development theory Noel Capacitors. Tiara-tiaras – Psychology Simple Reaction Time Introduction Time has been one of the most-debated mysteries ever argued. Some say time Is a art of space in which we are living presently.
Others speak of its ethereal nature-? that is, time has been in one of the so-called parallel world or the alternate reality. Nevertheless, time is a measurement. For years, men strive to integrate time’s perfection to their skills. The most noted analogy of time to men is the simple reaction time: one stimulus, one response. In this experiment, we will learn how time made Its timeless reputation. Method A series of sounds and Images (actually, the Images are only silhouettes of the actual Images) were procured by the experimenter, together with stopwatch.
The participant, on the other hand, was summoned In the room, He [the participant] must comply with every task the experimenter would give to him. For five seconds, the participant must say what he heard or saw. The moment the participant named the sound he heard and the image he saw, that was the time where the experiment had taken place. By counting the time consumed in the task, the researcher would be able to conclude that there would be a connection between the stimulus and the espouse (sound/image and the answers given by the participant).
The participant must give the appropriate responses as fast as he could to the following stimuli: sound of bell; clink of coins; sound of water drops; shadow of a man; figure of elephant; figure of vase. Discussion The result clearly and undeniably proved the existence of simple reaction time. The participant had responded to the sounds and Images very well-?although many times his forehead creased, his eyes focusing and ears straining.