Auditory Preemption versus Multiple Resources : Who Wins in Interruption Management ?

@inproceedings{Wickens2005AuditoryPV,
  title={Auditory Preemption versus Multiple Resources : Who Wins in Interruption Management ?},
  author={Christopher D. Wickens and Stephen R. Dixon},
  year={2005}
}
We examined the effects of modality (auditory versus visual) and spatial separation when a simulated vehicle control (tracking) task (the ongoing task: OT) was time shared with a digit entry task (the interrupting task: IT), contrasting the predictions of auditory preemption theory with that of multiple resource theory. Participants performed the tracking task with auditory display of the phone numbers, or with visual display at eccentricities ranging from 0 deg (overlay) to 45 deg. Auditory… CONTINUE READING
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