Inquisit Test Variants

Rapid Visual Information Processing

The Rapid Visual Information Processing procedure for testing vigilance


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References

Wesnes, K, Warburton, D.M, Matz, B. (1983) Effects of Nicotine on Stimulus Sensitivity and Response Bias in a Visual Vigilance Task. Neuropsychobiology , 9, 41-44.

Wesnes, K & Warburton, D.M (1983) Effects of Scopolamine on Stimulus Sensitivity and Response Bias in a Visual Vigilance Task, 9, 154-157.

Wesnes, K & Warburton, D.M (1983). Effects of Smoking on Rapid Information Processing Performance, 9, 223-229.

Wesnes, K & Warburton, D.M (1984). Effects of scopolamine and nicotine on human rapid information processing performance, 82, 147-150.

Coull, J.T., Frith, C.D., Frackowiak, R.S.J., & Grasby, P.M. (1996). A fronto-parietal network for rapid visual information processing: a PET study of sustained attention and working memory, 34, 1085-1095.

Cattapan-Ludewig, K., Hilti, C.C., Ludewig, S., Vollenweider, F.X., Feldon, J. (2005). Rapid Visual Information Processing in Schizophrenic Patients: The Impact of Cognitive Load and Duration of Stimulus Presentation, 52, 130-134.

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