Episodic and semantic components of the compound-stimulus strategy in the explicit task-cuing procedure.

@article{Arrington2004EpisodicAS,
  title={Episodic and semantic components of the compound-stimulus strategy in the explicit task-cuing procedure.},
  author={Catherine M. Arrington and Gordon D. Logan},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2004},
  volume={32 6},
  pages={965-78}
}
The explicit task-cuing procedure is commonly used to study executive control processes involved in set switching, but performance in this task-switching procedure may be accomplished without switching tasks. Subjects may perform both tasks by using a compound-stimulus strategy, in which subjects encode the cue, encode the target, and use the combination as a compound retrieval cue to choose the appropriate response. We manipulated the number of targets (8, 16,32, or 640) that subjects… CONTINUE READING

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