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1 Page 1 REACTION TIME

2 Page 2 OVERVIEW DefinitionReaction Time Motion Time

3 Page 3 Definition Reaction time is a measure of how quickly an organism can respond to a particular stimulus. Reaction time has been widely studied, as its practical implications may be of great consequence, e.g. a slower than normal reaction time while driving can have grave results. The model for information flow within an organism can be represented in this way: Stimulus ReceptorIntegratorEffectorResponse More specifically, in vertebrates, information flow can be represented in this way: Stimulus Sensory Neuron Spinal Cord or Brain Motor Neuron Response (Kosinski, Robert J. 2005)

4 Page 4 csm.jsm.edu

5 Page 5 Definition The time passing from the appearance of a proximal stimulus to beginning of an effector action is called Reaction Time The additional time to perform an appropriate movement is called Motion or Movement time Note : REACTION TIME + MOTION TIME = RESPONS TIME

6 Page 6 Sciencebuddies.org

7 Page 7 Reaction Time If person knows that a particular stimulus will occur, is prepared for it, and knows how to react to it, the resulting reaction time is called “Simple Reaction Time”. The Scientist found about the RT calculation with the variable a and b are empiric constants and variable N is number of choices which means a logarithmic of alternative stimuli and responses. Prntsqn rumus hal 146 Ditulis 2 rumusnya Prntsqn rumus hal 146 Ditulis 2 rumusnya

8 Page 8 Under optimal conditions, simple auditory, visual, and tactile reaction times are about 0.2 second. If conditions deteriorate, such as uncertainty about the appearance of signal, reaction slows. And the graph below shows that relation : Grafik halaman 146

9 Page 9 Motion Time Motion time follows reaction time. Movements may be simple, such as lifting a finger in response to a stimulus, or quite complex such as swinging a tennis racket. Movement time also depends on the distance covered and on the precision required. And the formula to get the Motion Time was called Fitts’ law which describe below :

10 Page 10 Reaction Time Calculation The way to calculate the Reaction time is not just using the mathematic calculation. But the scientist around the world try to define the way to calculate the reaction time by modern and simple ways such as software. And here are some ways to calculate the reaction time : Reaction Time Reaction Times with a Word Cue and Word Association Simple Reaction Time Task Flicker fusion threshold

11 Page 11 Simple Reaction Time Simple Reaction Time (SRT) is a test which measures simple reaction time through delivery of a known stimulus to a known location to elicit a known response. The only uncertainty is with regard to when the stimulus will occur, by having a variable interval between the trial response and the onset of the stimulus for the next trial. As soon as the participant sees the square on the screen, they must press the button on the press pad.

12 Page 12 Reaction Times with a Word Cue This method will once again calculate reaction time by calculating the time it takes to catch a dropped ruler, but in this method a final word cue is given, as well, after other words are spoken that should be ignored. 1 and 2. Exactly the same as in Method Determine a particular word as a signal to catch the dropped ruler. 4. Use a variety of words before dropping the ruler; disregard ruler catches on wrong word. 5. Record the number at the subject’s fingertips, i.e. distance the ruler fell through the subject’s fingers, 6. Calculate reaction time in seconds as in #6 above

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14 Page 14 Reaction Time with Word Association 1 and 2: Exactly the same as in Method 1 and Say a stimulus word as a signal to catch the dropped ruler. Do not predetermine the stimulus word. The subject will catch the ruler with any word as a cue. This time, however, the subject 3 must also respond with a word. Keep a record of catches that do no count because of the lack of a word association. 4. Subject responds with a word and catches the ruler while responding. If unable to make a word association, the catch does not count. 5. Record the number at the subject’s fingertips, i.e. distance the ruler fell through the subject’s fingers. 6. Calculate reaction time in seconds as before.

15 Page 15 The flicker fusion threshold The flicker fusion threshold (or flicker fusion rate) is a concept in the psychophysics of vision. It is defined as the frequency at which an intermittent light stimulus appears to be completely steady to the average human observer. Flicker fusion threshold is related to persistence of vision. Although flicker can be detected for many waveforms representing time-variant fluctuations of intensity, it is conventionally, and most easily, studied in terms of sinusoidal modulation of intensity

16 Page 16 Factor Of Reaction Time Many factors have been shown to affect reaction times, including : age, gender, physical fitness, fatigue, distraction, personality type, whether the stimulus type (auditory or visual) alcohol, (Marieb, Elaine N., Exercise 22 Human Reflex Physiology)

17 Page 17 Contoh: ada orang bereaksi thd respon existing kurang bagus, setelah diperbaiki, performansi lebih bagus

18 Page 18 STUDY CASE Pak ergo, selain sebagai pembawa gerobak sampah, beliau juga seorang supir tembak. Ada tiga jenis mobil yang dia gunakan. Ketiga mobil tersebut memiliki keadaan lingkungan yang berupa kebisingan, temperatur, dan pencahayaan yang berbeda. Seorang Mahasiswa teknik industri ingin meneliti apakah lingkungan fisik berpengaruh terhadap waktu reaksi, Berikut merupakan tabel penelitiannya dalam menghitung waktu reaksi dengan metode Simple reaction time dan choice reaction time :

19 Page 19 Tentukan kesimpulan dari hasil tabel diatas! Faktor Lingkungan Fisik Waktu rata-rata Hasil Waktu Reaksi Kebisingan Mobil A (40 dB) Mobil B (70 dB)499 Mobil C (100dB) Pencahayaan Mobil A (80 lux) Mobil B (400 lux) Mobil C (900 lux) Temperature Mobil A (18 celcius) Mobil B (25 celcius)573 Mobil C (32 celcius) 858 Faktor Lingkungan Fisik Waktu rata-rata Hasil Waktu Reaksi Kebisingan Mobil A (40 dB) Mobil B (70 dB) Mobil C (100dB) Pencahayaan Mobil A (80 lux)459.5 Mobil B (400 lux)656.5 Mobil C (900 lux)866 Temperature Mobil A (18 celcius)810 Mobil B (25 celcius)785 Mobil C (32 celcius)800 Choice reaction TimeSimple reaction Time

20 Page 20 Jawaban Jadi Kesimpulan dari tabel hasil pengamatan diatas adalah : 1. Faktor kebisingan Dari kedua tes yaitu SRT dan CRT menunjukkan bahwa kebisingan berpengaruh dalam reaction time, semakin kebisingan meningkat maka waktu reaksi dari operator semakin lambat. 2. Faktor pencahayaan Dari kedua tes yaitu SRT dan CRT menunjukkan bahwa pencahayaan berpengaruh dalam reaction time, cahaya semakin terang maka waktu reaksi dari operator semakin lambat. 3. Faktor temperatur Dari kedua tes yaitu SRT dan CRT menunjukkan bahwa temperatur berpengaruh dalam reaction time, semakin suhu ruangan meningkat (diatas suhu normal) maka waktu reaksi dari operator semakin lambat.

21 Page 21 “To acquire knowledge, one must study; but to acquire wisdom, one must observe.” ― Marilyn Vos SavantMarilyn Vos Savant


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