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In-text: (Author, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Author, U., 2020. 1.1.2 - Explanatory & Response Variables | STAT 200. [online] PennState: Statistics Online Courses. Available at: <https://online.stat.psu.edu/stat200/lesson/1/1.1/1.1.2#:~:text=In%20an%20experimental%20study%2C%20the,is%20manipulated%20by%20the%20researcher> [Accessed 14 October 2020].
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Your Bibliography: Author, U., n.d. Response Variable. [online] DeepAI. Available at: <https://deepai.org/machine-learning-glossary-and-terms/response-variable#:~:text=A%20Response%20Variable%20(or%20dependent,variation%20depends%20on%20other%20variables.&text=In%20short%2C%20the%20response%20variable,differences%20in%20the%20explanatory%20variables.> [Accessed 26 October 2020].
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Your Bibliography: Jensen, A., 2006. Reaction Time - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics. [online] Sciencedirect.com. Available at: <https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/psychology/reaction-time> [Accessed 7 November 2020].
In-text: (CogniFit, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Response time or Reaction Time- Cognitive Ability. 2020. CogniFit. [online] Available at: <https://www.cognifit.com/science/cognitive-skills/response-time#:~:text=Good%20reaction%20time%20allows%20us,the%20information%20that%20we%20receive.> [Accessed 7 November 2020].
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Your Bibliography: Shalby, C., 2014. Your brain's reaction time peaks at age 24, study finds. [online] PBS NewsHour. Available at: <https://www.pbs.org/newshour/science/brains-reaction-time-peaks-age-24-study-finds#:~:text=After%20studying%203%2C305%20people%20ages,to%20decline%20at%20age%2024.&text=Left%3A%20Researchers%20found%20that%20your,slow%20down%20at%20age%2024.> [Accessed 1 November 2020].
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