speed test

'speed test' can also refer to...

Testing speed and control The assessment of attentional impairments

speed test n.

speed test n.

The NIH Toolbox Pattern Comparison Processing Speed Test: Normative Data

Radiation Testing of Consumer High-Speed LSI Chips for the Next Space VLBI Mission

Paced visual serial addition test: An alternative measure of information processing speed

Convergent Validity of the Integrated Visual and Auditory Continuous Performance Test (IVA+Plus): Associations with Working Memory, Processing Speed, and Behavioral Ratings

PERMORY-MPI: a program for high-speed parallel permutation testing in genome-wide association studies

The Adjusting-Paced Serial Addition Test (Adjusting-PSAT): thresholds for speed of information processing as a function of stimulus modality and problem complexity☆

The effects of mild and severe traumatic brain injury on speed of information processing as measured by the computerized tests of information processing (CTIP)☆

Discrepancies in mental functioning relative to word knowledge on the Speed and Capacity of Language-Processing Test

B-51Differential Relationships Among Speeded Neuropsychological Test Performance and Facets of Impulsivity in Individuals with Substance Use Disorder

A cosmic speed-trap: a gravity-independent test of cosmic acceleration using baryon acoustic oscillations

Slow and Steady Does Not Always Win the Race: Investigating the Effect of Processing Speed across Five Naming Tests

Direct Minkowski Functional analysis of large redshift surveys: a new high-speed code tested on the luminous red galaxy Sloan Digital Sky Survey-DR7 catalogue

Assessment of Self-Awareness of Cognitive Function: Correlations of Self-Ratings with Actual Performance Ranks for Tests of Processing Speed, Memory and Executive Function in Non-Clinical Samples


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Any test in which the rapidity of responses, rather than their accuracy, is measured. Compare accuracy test, power test.

Subjects: Psychology.

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