Contextual control over task-set retrieval.

@article{Crump2010ContextualCO,
  title={Contextual control over task-set retrieval.},
  author={Matthew J. C. Crump and Gordon D. Logan},
  journal={Attention, perception & psychophysics},
  year={2010},
  volume={72 8},
  pages={2047-53}
}
Contextual cues signaling task likelihood or the likelihood of task repetition are known to modulate the size of switch costs. We follow up on the finding by Leboe, Wong, Crump, and Stobbe (2008) that location cues predictive of the proportion of switch or repeat trials modulate switch costs. Their design employed one cue per task, whereas our experiment employed two cues per task, which allowed separate assessment of modulations to the cue-repetition benefit, a measure of lower level cue… CONTINUE READING