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ERIC Number: EJ156024
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1976
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Differences in the Vigilance Performance of Highly Active and Normal Second-Grade Males Under Four Experimental Conditions
Kirchner, Grace L.
Journal of Educational Psychology, 68, 6, 696-701, Dec 76
Highly active second-grade boys made fewer correct detections in a 48-minute vigilance task than did their normal peers. Detection efficiency was inversely related to interval length, and this effect was more pronounced for the highly active group. (RC)
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