An Archive of Replication Attempts in Experimental Psychology

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Title Reference to Original Report of Finding Brief Statement of Original Result Type of Replication AttemptedResult TypeDifference? Number of SubjectsNumber of Subjects in Original Study Year in which Replication Attempt was MadeName of Investigators Tags How to Cite this Posting
Uncued trials are faster in pure-block design View More Details of Posting!Jaffard, M., Benraiss, A., Longcamp, M., Velay, J.-L., Boulinguez, P. (2007). Cueing method biases in visual detection studies. Brain Research 1179, 106-118 View Article The effect of alerting cues was compared between mixed and pure blocks (i.e. when cued and uncued trials were presented interleaved or separately). Reaction times (RTs) to uncued stimuli were faster in pure blocks. Fairly Direct ReplicationSuccessful Replication Same Direction, 0.00000000 196 12 2007Søren K. AndersenAttention, Perception, Performance View

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