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The present study examined whether task preparation had an equivalent beneficial effect for both switch and repeat trials in the context of a task switching paradigm. A pair-wise task-switching paradigm was used where each trial was comprised of two tasks that were either the same (task repeat) or different (task switch). The effect of preparation was(More)
In the present study, we investigated how task selection is biased by inherent stimulus characteristics in the voluntary task-switching paradigm. We used digits as the task stimuli, since they may automatically induce spatially horizontal representations of numbers. Specifically, we examined whether an irrelevant spatial representation of a number coincides(More)
The present study investigated whether the advanced reconfiguration processes of the voluntary switching (VTS) paradigm were different from those of the instructed task switching (ITS) paradigm by examining event-related potentials (ERPs) in a within-subjects design. Of importance, given that effector-to-task mapping might lead to differential preparatory(More)
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