Dissociating controlled from automatic processing in temporal preparation.

  title={Dissociating controlled from automatic processing in temporal preparation.},
  author={Mariagrazia Capizzi and Daniel Sanabria and {\'A}ngel Correa},
  volume={123 2},
The aim of the present study was to investigate the controlled versus the automatic nature of temporal preparation. If temporal preparation involves controlled rather than automatic processing, it should be reduced by the addition of a concurrent demanding task. This hypothesis was tested by comparing participants' performance in a temporal preparation task that measured two main effects of temporal preparation (temporal orienting and sequential effects) between a single-task and a dual-task… CONTINUE READING

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