In press: Psychological Science On How to be Unpredictable: Evidence from the Voluntary Task-Switching Paradigm


The voluntary task-switching paradigm (Arrington & Logan, 2004) requires "random" selection between tasks and promises a window into executive task selection independently of exogenous influences present in standard task-switching situations. We show here that the degree to which subjects perserverate tasks across trials captures unique individual… (More)

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