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early responding


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Anticipation of a stimulus so that a movement can occur at or before the stimulus is given. During a 100 m sprint, for example, early responding may result in a false start when an athlete anticipates the starting gun. Early responding must be taken into consideration when designing tests of reaction times.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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