Decision and Response in Dual-Task Interference

@article{VanSelst1997DecisionAR,
  title={Decision and Response in Dual-Task Interference},
  author={M VanSelst and Jolicoeur},
  journal={Cognitive psychology},
  year={1997},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={266-307}
}
Experiments with two stimuli (S1 and S2) and two responses suggest the existence of a stage of processing that cannot be shared between two concurrent tasks. Widespread support has been found for the hypothesis that response selection for Task2 is postponed when the S1 to S2 stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA) is short (Pashler, 1994a). At short SOAs, manipulations which impact Task2 processing prior to response selection (e.g., degradation of stimulus quality) have little effect on Task2 response… CONTINUE READING

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