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Multiple Choice Questions 1.Fitts' Law specifies that performance will show a

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Multiple Choice Questions

1.Fitts' Law specifies that performance will show a speed-accuracy trade-off in a rapid manual aiming task according to the relationship between which two characteristics of the task?

A. Distance to move and target size

B. Distance to move and movement speed

C. Target size and movement speed

D. Target size and type of target

2.The Index of Difficulty (ID) that can be derived from Fitts' law demonstrates that the same task can have various levels of difficulty and the same amount of:

A. Movement speed

B. Response choices

C. Complexity

D. Performance variability

3.One of the current views of how we control prehension is that the transport and grasp phases function:

A. As one unit

B. Synergistically

C. As two motor programs

D. Independently.

4.When you reach to grasp an object, which of the following describes when the fingers begin to close?

A. At a consistent percentage of the total movement time

B. At a point that depends on the total movement time

C. At a point just before contact with the object

D. At contact with the object

5.Consider the following two prehension situations: a person reaches to pick up a cup to: (a) drink from it; (b) move it to a different location on the table. The kinematic characteristics of the transport phase for these two situations would:

A. Be similar

B. Be different

C. Depend on the color of the cup

D. Not be predictable

 

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