I am currently dealing with a summary of "Designing the User Interface: Strategies for Effective Human-Computer Interaction (5th edition)" by Ben Shneiderman & Catherine Plaisant.
In this summary it is stated that:
Speedy and quickly done work can result in users:
- learning less
- reading with lower comprehension
- making more ill-considered decisions
- committing more data-entry errors
Rapid response times (1 second or less) are preferable, but can increase errors for complex tasks
Shorter response time may cause the user to fail to comprehend the presented materials
So my question is why would short response times cause this?
Some more information:
These statements refer to "Chapter 10, 10.2 Models of Response Time Impacts"
After some more research of my own: