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Stuart T. Klapp
Stuart T. Klapp
California State University
Verified email at csueastbay.edu
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Automatizing alphabet arithmetic: I. Is extended practice necessary to produce automaticity?
GD Logan, ST Klapp
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 17 (2), 179, 1991
3731991
Motor response programming during simple choice reaction time: The role of practice.
ST Klapp
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 21 (5 …, 1995
2811995
Short-term memory does not involve the" working memory" of information processing: The demise of a common assumption.
ST Klapp, EA Marshburn, PT Lester
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 112 (2), 240, 1983
2751983
Implicit speech in reading: Reconsidered.
ST Klapp, WG Anderson, RW Berrian
Journal of Experimental psychology 100 (2), 368, 1973
2551973
Doing two things at once: The role of temporal compatibility
ST Klapp
Memory & Cognition 7 (5), 375-381, 1979
2291979
Feedback versus motor programming in the control of aimed movements.
ST Klapp
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 1 (2), 147, 1975
2221975
Reaction time analysis of programmed control
ST Klapp
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 5 (1), 231-254, 1977
1971977
Response programming in simple and choice reactions
ST Klapp, E Patrick Wyatt, W Mac Lingo
Journal of Motor Behavior 6 (4), 263-271, 1974
1841974
Relation between programming time and duration of the response being programmed.
ST Klapp, CI Erwin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 2 (4), 591, 1976
1771976
The negative compatibility effect: unconscious inhibition influences reaction time and response selection.
ST Klapp, LB Hinkley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 131 (2), 255, 2002
1692002
Reaction time analysis of two types of motor preparation for speech articulation: Action as a sequence of chunks
ST Klapp
Journal of motor behavior 35 (2), 135-150, 2003
1572003
On marching to two different drummers: perceptual aspects of the difficulties.
ST Klapp, MD Hill, JG Tyler, ZE Martin, RJ Jagacinski, MR Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 11 (6), 814, 1985
1421985
Tests of parallel versus integrated structure in polyrhythmic tapping
RJ Jagacinski, E Marshburn, ST Klapp, MR Jones
Journal of motor behavior 20 (4), 416-442, 1988
1371988
Reaction time analysis of central motor control
ST Klapp
Advances in motor learning and control 21, 13-35, 1996
1311996
Motor programming within a sequence of responses
ST Klapp, E Patrick Wyatt
Journal of Motor Behavior 8 (1), 19-26, 1976
1271976
Implicit speech inferred from response latencies in same-different decisions.
ST Klapp
Journal of Experimental Psychology 91 (2), 262, 1971
1251971
Nonconscious influence of masked stimuli on response selection is limited to concrete stimulus-response associations.
ST Klapp, BW Haas
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (1), 193, 2005
1012005
Response programming, as assessed by reaction time, does not establish commands for particular muscles
ST Klapp
Journal of Motor Behavior 9 (4), 301-312, 1977
1001977
Automatizing alphabet arithmetic: II. Are there practice effects after automaticity is achieved?
ST Klapp, CA Boches, ML Trabert, GD Logan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 17 (2), 196, 1991
951991
Gestalt principles in the control of motor action.
ST Klapp, RJ Jagacinski
Psychological bulletin 137 (3), 443, 2011
902011
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