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Velocity or speed has a number of implications in psychology.

In transport psychologyEdit

The spped of modern transport poses considerable cognitive challenges, particularly in stressfull situations.

In bodily movementEdit

In information processingEdit

It is an important variable in many information processing tasks in psychology. For example cognitive speed, reaction time and conceptual tempo are all areas within which speed is examined

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