An overt response is a Response made with a body part that is externally observable by others.
JT and AL
The tapping of fingers as requested during a finger-tapping task is an overt response.
An overt response is characterized by a Response Modality.
Responses which do not include movement of a body part (e.g., changes in galvanic skin response in response to an emotional stimulus) are considered covert.
AL and JT
curation complete Dec 2010