Functional dissociations in temporal preparation: Evidence from dual-task performance

@article{Vallesi2014FunctionalDI,
  title={Functional dissociations in temporal preparation: Evidence from dual-task performance},
  author={Antonino Vallesi and Sandra Arbula and Paolo Bernardis},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2014},
  volume={130},
  pages={141-151}
}
Implicit preparation over time is a complex cognitive capacity important to optimize behavioral responses to a target occurring after a temporal interval, the so-called foreperiod (FP). If the FP occurs randomly and with the same a priori probability, shorter response times are usually observed with longer FPs than with shorter ones (FP effect). Moreover, responses are slower when the preceding FP was longer than the current one (sequential effects). It is still a matter of debate how different… CONTINUE READING
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