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Studies using a variety of experimental tasks have established that when humans repeatedly produce an action, the amount of variability in system output is distributed across a range of time scales or frequencies. A finding of particular interest is that fluctuations in the output of cognitive systems are the highest at the lowest frequencies with fluctuation magnitude (power) systematically declining as frequency increases (e.g., for a review see Gilden, 2001).

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9-6-2012

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Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Student Researcher: Patrick Byrne

Faculty Advisor: Andrew Slifkin, Ph.D.

Task Difficulty and the Spatial Structure of Movement in Young Adults

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