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The Effect of Mental Type on the Interference of Motor Habits

M. McMein, M. F. Washburn
1909 American Journal of Psychology  
required to repeat the sorting process.  ...  The pack of cards was thoroughly shuffled, and the observer was directed to sort the cards on the diagram as rapidly as possible, the time required to complete the sorting being taken with a stop-watch  ... 
doi:10.2307/1413300 fatcat:j6gjzudjvjcg3hh3lazegyryum

Improved data acquisition system for brain PET using GAPD arrays

Wei Hu, Yong Choi, Key Jo Hong, Jihoon Kang, Youn Suk Huh, Hyun Keong Lim, Sang Su Kim, Ji Woong Jung, Kyu Bom Kim, Byung-Tae Kim
2010 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposuim & Medical Imaging Conference  
Spatial resolution from 2.9 mm (center) to 5 mm (25 cm off-center) was acquired for ten different source-to-center distances.  ...  The DAQ system developed in this study allows to acquiring high quality PET images using GAPD arrays.  ...  System sensitivity can be improved by using lower threshold in PDC and reducing multiplexing ratio inside FPGA which requires more DAQ cards to be used.  ... 
doi:10.1109/nssmic.2010.5874426 fatcat:g4z4st3xurczbmqzhbf67rne6i

Page 282 of The American Journal of Psychology Vol. 20, Issue 2 [page]

1909 The American Journal of Psychology  
of interference to the time required by the first sorting.  ...  The pack of cards was thoroughly shuffled, and the observer was directed to sort the cards on the diagram as rapidly as possible, the time required to complete the sorting being taken with a stop-watch  ... 

Page 713 of Radiology Vol. 60, Issue 5 [page]

1953 Radiology  
SUMMARY A marginally punched card (Keysort) designed to make the benefits of mechan- ical sorting of records available to the radiologist is described.  ...  This method of sorting is also directly available for chi-square tests. Miscellaneous Uses of Mechanical Sort- ing: No mention has been made of the administrative uses to which the cards may be put.  ... 

Page 562 of The American Journal of Psychology Vol. 41, Issue 4 [page]

1929 The American Journal of Psychology  
The criteria of effi- ciency were (a) the sorting speed attained on some given trial with the ‘whole,’ 7.e. with all the cards and compartments used; and (b) the amount of practice time required to attain  ...  562 CRAFTS above instead of one below the card to be sorted.Since it is generally agreed that a response, whether classified as inhibitory or not, can not be acquired unless it is in some sense made, the  ... 

The use of questions as problem-solving strategies during early childhood

Cristine H. Legare, Candice M. Mills, André L. Souza, Leigh E. Plummer, Rebecca Yasskin
2013 Journal of Experimental Child Psychology  
Participants (N = 54, 4-, 5-, and 6year-olds) engaged in two tasks: a novel problem-solving question task that required asking questions to an informant to determine which card in an array was located  ...  in a box and a cognitive flexibility task that required classifying stimuli by multiple dimensions.  ...  Then the interviewer showed how to sort an example set of cards.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2012.07.002 pmid:23044374 fatcat:nwhjbkssb5h45oryltf62v2lma

Page 23 of None Vol. 41, Issue 1 [page]

1951 None  
to sort the response cards under the stimulus cards and to try to get as many “right” as possible.  ...  The superiority of number sorting was found to occur because the Ss acquired the number sorting response more readily and perseverated longer in making number responses.  ... 

Page 12 of Psychological Monographs Vol. 20, Issue 3 [page]

1916 Psychological Monographs  
From the data of the First Series the author observed that “Four trials of any new order suffice to acquire a speed that it required six days, or 40 trials, to acquire in the original prac- tice (307).  ...  Warner Brown (Habit interference in card-sorting. Univ. Calif. Pub. in Psychol., 1914, 1:269-321). Fifty-two playing-cards were sorted, according to suit, into a row of four boxes.  ... 

A user input and analysis tool for information architecture

Jianming Dong, Shirley Martin, Paul Waldo
2001 CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '01  
Usort provides a simple user interface for the card sort study participants to group cards by direct manipulation within a Graphical User Interface.  ...  The EZSort tool helps interface designers organize information for Web sites based on users' expectations gathered from card sorting exercises. It includes two packages: Usort and EZCalc.  ...  One user-oriented approach to acquire user input to site structure design is card sorting.  ... 
doi:10.1145/634067.634085 dblp:conf/chi/DongMW01 fatcat:uhc7s67wpjaxja3ft4ntjxilgu

A user input and analysis tool for information architecture

Jianming Dong, Shirley Martin, Paul Waldo
2001 CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '01  
Usort provides a simple user interface for the card sort study participants to group cards by direct manipulation within a Graphical User Interface.  ...  The EZSort tool helps interface designers organize information for Web sites based on users' expectations gathered from card sorting exercises. It includes two packages: Usort and EZCalc.  ...  One user-oriented approach to acquire user input to site structure design is card sorting.  ... 
doi:10.1145/634083.634085 fatcat:zkdk455rdjcgpfuk6bqymsodui

Study of Information Architecture using Card Sorting Technique: A Case in Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia, Official Website

Mudiana Mokhsin, Universiti Teknologi MARA 40450 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
2019 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
using card sorting analysis and to propose a user centred Information Architecture's mainframe for LHDN official web portal.  ...  Card sorting technique will be used in this study to see respondents' logical mental model in arranging and grouping set of menus in LHDN official web portal.  ...  Card sorting is a one of the popular techniques that commonly used in order to get the user requirement especially in arranging information on the web site.  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2019/1281.42019 fatcat:unhllgu5zfacplw6vya4rr7qte

Page 255 of None Vol. 48, Issue 4 [page]

1954 None  
It should be remem- bered that when S was learning a simple concept, he was required to sort the response cards into only two categories.  ...  It would be possible for S to sort the cards appropriately without discovering the rationale for the correct sorting procedure.  ... 

TRANSFER OF CONCEPTS AND GROUPING STRATEGY IN CHILDREN
児童における概念および分類方略の転移

YOKO SATO
1978 Japanese psychological research (Print)  
The subject was required to sort the instances and to try to get as many ' Rights ' as possible.  ...  Children were trained on a conceptual sorting task and shifted to a half-conceptual sorting task which required them to extinguish their learned grouping strategy.  ... 
doi:10.4992/psycholres1954.20.84 fatcat:2ghvgcxch5e63dwmod52bclhcq

Page 144 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 12, Issue 1 [page]

2000 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
cards).  ...  However, since these exemplars con- tinue to be present when the sorting rule is changed, subjects not only have to modulate their acquired attentional | wards the previously relevant stimulus dimension  ... 

Acquiring COTS software selection requirements

N.A. Maiden, C. Ncube
1998 IEEE Software  
to use the cards to sort the products into categories.  ...  ACQUIRE MORE CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS using different forms of the card sorting technique (lesson 2).  ... 
doi:10.1109/52.663784 fatcat:p2flgyssrbdzdggrqa2owewjjy
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