Choice Reaction, Part 4

The foregoing diagram and the theory about availability of information from the blog entry Choice Reaction Time, Part 1 opens another interesting approach to cut choice reaction times. You should look for patterns, which summarize alternatives instead of too specific things. Patterns that exclude as many alternatives as possible are preferable to those that deal […]

The post was published 25. April 2014 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , , .

Characteristic Problems, Part 3

The third example presents an attempted kick defense as a reaction. The attack is a slightly deeper side kick to the thigh. Here, your own leg is raised, exposing only the shin as a hit area. This example only serves as a brief introduction to illustrate several problems. Actually, you would have to decide on […]

The post was published 15. November 2013 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , , .