Linking inhibition to activation in the control of task sequences.

@article{Gade2005LinkingIT,
  title={Linking inhibition to activation in the control of task sequences.},
  author={Miriam Gade and Iring Koch},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2005},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={530-4}
}
Inhibition of abandoned tasks in task switching can be inferred when a worse performance is found with n - 2 task repetitions (ABA sequences) than with nonrepetitions (CBA sequences). Recent evidence has shown that this inhibition effect decreases with long intertrial intervals (i.e., response-cue intervals, RCIs). Two alternatives have been proposed to account for this decrease. One alternative attributes the observed decrease to the decay of inhibition itself. The other alternative proposes… CONTINUE READING

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