An apparatus which employs standard behavioral programming equipment is described. It enables the experimenter to program in advance such variables as auditory and visual instructional cues, delay intervals, and response mode, and to monitor response latency automatically. The apparatus is easily constructed, easily operated, and markedly increases the control of variables in tactile form perception experiments.
Gardner, E. B., & Salafia, W. R. (1978). An Automated Apparatus for the Study of Central Variables in Tactile Form Perception. Perceptual and motor skills, 46(3_suppl), 1191-1196.
Elizabeth Gardner and W. Ronald Salafia. "An Automated Apparatus for the Study of Central Variables in Tactile Form Perception" Perceptual and motor skills
Vol. 46 Iss. 3 (1978)
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