Interference to ongoing activities covaries with the characteristics of an event-based intention.

@article{Marsh2003InterferenceTO,
  title={Interference to ongoing activities covaries with the characteristics of an event-based intention.},
  author={Richard L. Marsh and Jason L. Hicks and Gabriel I. Cook and Jeffrey S Hansen and Andrew L Pallos},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2003},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={861-70}
}
Previous studies of event-based prospective memory have demonstrated that the character of an ongoing task can affect cue detection. By contrast, this study demonstrated that there is a reciprocal relationship insofar as cue-verification and response-retrieval processes interfered with making a response in the ongoing task. The amount of interference was determined by the type of intention, which was manipulated to affect the complexity of verification and retrospective response retrieval… CONTINUE READING
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