Interpreting instructional cues in task switching procedures: the role of mediator retrieval.

@article{Logan2006InterpretingIC,
  title={Interpreting instructional cues in task switching procedures: the role of mediator retrieval.},
  author={Gordon D. Logan and Darryl W. Schneider},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={347-63}
}
In 3 experiments the role of mediators in task switching with transparent and nontransparent cues was examined. Subjects switched between magnitude (greater or less than 5) and parity (odd or even) judgments of single digits. A cue-target congruency effect indicated mediator use: subjects responded faster to congruent cue-target combinations (e.g., ODD-3) than to incongruent cue-target combinations (e.g., ODD-4). Experiment 1 revealed significant congruency effects with transparent word cues… CONTINUE READING
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