Larger between-task crosstalk in children than in adults: Behavioral results from the backward crosstalk paradigm and a diffusion model analysis.

@article{Janczyk2017LargerBC,
  title={Larger between-task crosstalk in children than in adults: Behavioral results from the backward crosstalk paradigm and a diffusion model analysis.},
  author={Markus Janczyk and Juliane B{\"u}schelberger and Oliver Herbort},
  journal={Journal of experimental child psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={155},
  pages={
          95-112
        }
}
In dual-task settings, one can find influences from Task 2 processing even on Task 1 performance, an effect referred to as the backward crosstalk effect (BCE). The size of the BCE has been taken as an index of how well Task 1 processing can be shielded against concurrently ongoing Task 2 processes. In the current study, we compared the size of the BCE between adults and a group of 5- and 6-year-old children. First, the BCE turned out to be larger in children than in adults. Second, both groups… CONTINUE READING

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