This report describes three studies examining response strategies. The first study was published later in Human Factors in 1983. It demonstrates that response strategies are not chosen at random and are difficult to change. The second study attempted to determine why a person chose a specific response strategy. Several personality traits, cerebral lateralization, hand coordination, and demographic variables were examined, but none were related to the response strategy selected. The third study examined differences in information processing speed between the response strategy groups.

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