Components of task switching: a closer look at task switching and cue switching.

  title={Components of task switching: a closer look at task switching and cue switching.},
  author={Florian Simon Schmitz and Andreas Voss},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
Research using the diffusion model to decompose task-switching effects has contributed to a better understanding of the processes underlying the observed effect in the explicit task cueing paradigm: Previous findings could be reconciled with multiple component models of task switching or with an account on compound-cue retrieval/repetition priming. In the present study, we used two cues for each task in order to decompose task-switch and cue-switch effects. Response time data support previous… CONTINUE READING
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