procesamiento: Cognitive Abilities Test (Tachistoscopic
threshold; Reaction time).
visual half-field technique  and the dichotic listening technique  have been used to examine the effects of each hemisphere in visual and auditory processing.
PLATO (portable liquid-crystal apparatus for tachistoscopic
occlusion) goggle was used to achieve occlusion (Figure 1(b)).
The test incorporates a tachistoscopic
technique using peripheral stimuli to trigger subliminal anxiety and thereby defensive reactions.
Earlier studies researching decision-making speed and accuracy of motor response in soccer were based on the presentation of tachistoscopic
static slides in a laboratory (McMorris and Graydon, 1996a, 1996b; McMorrison and Beazeley, 1997; Frybort and Kokstejn, 2013).
174), like that by YHCHI, is comprised of many medial layers--typographic, photographic, tachistoscopic
, phonographic, filmic--that the computer fuses into one.
Identification of spatially quantised tachistoscopic
images of faces: How many pixels does it take to carry identity?
performed a tachistoscopic
presentation of the BNT drawings 4-6 months later.
Abbreviations: SA: selective attention; RT-V: reaction time to visual stimuli; MR-V: motor time to visual stimuli; Total RT-V: the sum of reaction and motor time to visual stimuli; RT-A: reaction time to audio stimuli; MR-A: motor time to audio stimuli; Total RT-A: the sum of reaction and motor time to audio stimuli; PA: permanent attention; TAVTMB: tachistoscopic
traffic test; P [less than or equal to] 0.05, statistically significant; NS: nonsignificant.
recognition of Kana and Kanji words," Neuropsychologia, vol.
Beginning with Orton's theory of cerebral dominance in 1928, studies using laterality measures, Wada tests, electroencephalography, bimanual tasks, dichotic and tachistoscopic
paradigms, and interhemispheric tasks have been published supporting a neurological and/or hemispheric involvement in the cause and maintenance of stuttering (Arends, Povel, & Kolk, 1988; Blood, 1985; Fitzgerald, Cooke, & Greiner, 1984; Greiner, Fitzgerald, & Cooke, 1986; Jonas, 1981; Kamhi & McOsker, 1982; Naatanen, 1992; Webster, 2004).