Utility of intraindividual reaction time variability to predict white matter hyperintensities: a potential assessment tool for clinical contexts?
Intraindividual variability (IIV) refers to reaction time (RT) variation across the trials of a given cognitive task. Little research has contrasted different measures of IIV or assessed how many RT trials are required to provide a robust measure of the construct. We, therefore, investigated three measures of IIV (raw SD, coefficient of variation, and intraindividual SD statistically removing time-on-task effects) in relation to frontal white matter hyperintensities (obtained through structural...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 19.9 (2013): 971-976|
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