In this type of test the user must give a response that corresponds to the stimulus (Kosinski, 2010).
The reaction time test that we used in our research will be a simple reaction time experiment.
A variety of personal characteristics have been shown to be associated with differences in reaction time.
For example arousal, age, gender, left or right handedness, practice and errors, fatigue, personality, direct or peripheral vision, fasting, distraction, alcohol, breathing cycle, finger tremors, exercise, drugs, intelligence, learning disorders, brain injuries, and illness (Kosinski, 2010).
There are several kinds of reaction time tests that can be used to get an accurately measure a person’s reaction time.
There is a simple reaction time experiment which consists of only one stimulus and one response (Kosinski, 2010).
Every human has a personality, which provides a great research topic to help psychologists better understand the human mind, actions, and choices we as humans make.
We make such choices as what to wear, to eat, to do on the weekends, what type of music to listen to, and what to watch on television.
Behavior is jointly determined by the person and the situation.
Personalities make people different from each other.