Lisa M. Stevenson

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The temporal tuning hypothesis suggests that individuals adjust the timing of cognitive performances to achieve temporal coordination of mental processes and the data on which they operate, and that this adjustment becomes more precise with practice. Participants in two experiments performed self-paced multiple-step arithmetic tasks in which the information(More)
Intentions can be represented theoretically as active, structured states of working memory. This approach is complementary to standard componential and capacity approaches to understanding executive control. We report the results of several studies examining hypotheses derived from this view of intentions. Carlson (1997, 2002) described intentions as mental(More)
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