||後出しじゃんけんにおける遂行回数とTrail Making Test との関連
Relationship between correct responses in consecutive rock–paper–scissors games and performance on the Trail Making Test
内藤, 健一 ,
ナイトウ, ケンイチKenichi, NAITOH
九州保健福祉大学研究紀要 = Journal of Kyushu University of Health and Welfare
31 , 2016-03
This study examined the relationship between the number of correct responses in consecutive rock–paper–scissors games (tie, win, and loss) and performance on the Trail Making Test Part B (TMT-B).METHODS: Participants were 45 undergraduate students (16 males, 29 females) who played consecutive rock–paper–scissors games and completed the TMT-B. RESULTS: Differences among the numbers of correct responses were significant (tie: M = 43.20 > win: M = 34.78 > loss: M = 28.13). Although correlations between the number of correct responses and the time required to complete the TMT-B were significant (tie: r = − 0.407, p < .01; win: r = − 0.317, p < .05; loss: r = − 0.325, p < .05), correlations between the number of correct responses and the number of errors on the TMT-B were not significant.CONCLUSIONS: Results suggest that there are individnal differences in the number of correct responses in consecutive rock–paper–scissors games, and that consecutive rock–paper–scissors games and the TMT-B differ qualitatively each other.