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Michael Woodley, Jan te Nijenhuis, Raegan Murphy
Frontiers In Human Neuroscience
The Victorians were still faster than us. Commentary: Factors influencing the latency of simple reaction time
In Press
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Reaction time, IQ, dysgenics
Woods et al. (2015) claim that secular Simple Reaction Time (SRT) slowing (Woodley et al. 2013), disappears once modern studies are corrected for software and hardware lag, and once Galtonís data are corrected for fastest-response selection. Here, this is challenged with a reanalysis of the secular slowing of SRT in the UK amongst large (N>500), population-representative age-matched (≊18-30 years) studies.
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