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'''Response latency''' is the duration between the delivery of a stimulus and the response.
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'''Response latency''' is the duration between the delivery of a stimulus and the response. The term is preferred to that of [[reaction time]] in animal studies.
   
   
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==References==
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*Colman, A. M. (2006). Oxford Dictionary of Psychology. OUP:Oxford.
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Response latency is the duration between the delivery of a stimulus and the response. The term is preferred to that of reaction time in animal studies.


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ReferencesEdit

  • Colman, A. M. (2006). Oxford Dictionary of Psychology. OUP:Oxford.

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