The time taken to detect errors committed in serial, self-paced choice-response tasks was measured at two levels of practice and under six experimental conditions known to affect choice-response time. Early in practice conditions affecting correct RT also affected error detection RT. After practice error detection RT was constant between tasks in which mean correct RT varied significantly. The data permit some choice amongst a series of models for the process of error detection. © 1967.
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