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Mental chronometry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2007 words)
Mental chronometry can be defined as the study of the temporal sequencing of information processing in the human brain, or as a precise measurement of psychological processes.
Psychologists have investigated mental chronometry for over 100 years.
The way that mental chronometry is utilized is by performing tasks based on reaction time which measures through neuroimaging the parts of the brain which are involved in the cognitive processes.
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After a successful attempt in the chronometry of the Olympic Jubilee of Lausanne (1984-1919), in 1928 Omega introduced big elapsed-time clocks in the 22 most important football stadiums of Europe and South America.
For the first time in Olympic history, Omega was given the entire responsibility for chronometry, supplying and controlling 30 chronographs designated for time measurement in all the sporting events.
Chronometry, which was still esoteric, soon became accessible to millions of television viewers.
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