Subject: What is considered significant in the measurement of reaction times?
Date: Sun Jan 30 15:20:21 2000
Posted by Matt Bodenheimer
Grade level: 7-9
School: Holy Spirit School
City: Annandale State/Province: VA
Area of science: Neuroscience
My science fair project is trying to determine if there is a significant
difference in reaction time between a person's dominant and non-dominant
hand. I have data on 32 subjects. The delta is measured in thousandths
of a second. What is the range of significance? The differences range
from .01 to .79.
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