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Among these are: (a) Choice reaction time studies, which require a subject to
make a rapid selection among several alternate input signals, (b) Experiments
with visual flash displays, which determine the maximum amount of information
that a ...
In another disjunctive reaction-time experiment relating to a highly overlearned
task, typing, the value of lib or T was found to be 16 bits per s, considerably
higher than that in the other studies. The experimenters believed that even
James Grier Miller. probability increases that most or all the products of one
reaction will be available for the succeeding one. An example of a multienzyme
assemblage is the complex of enzymes responsible for synthesis of certain fatty
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I still have a copy and refer to it.
TABLE 11 The 19 Critical Subsystems of a Living System
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