Mental fatigue and task control: planning and preparation.

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The effects of mental fatigue on planning and preparation for future actions were examined, using a task switching paradigm. Fatigue was induced by "time on task," with subjects performing a switch task continuously for 2 hr. Subjects had to alternate between tasks on every second trial, so that a new task set was required on every second trial… (More)

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@article{Lorist2000MentalFA, title={Mental fatigue and task control: planning and preparation.}, author={Monicque M. Lorist and Madelyne Klein and Sander Nieuwenhuis and Roel de Jong and Gijsbertus Mulder and T. F. Meijman}, journal={Psychophysiology}, year={2000}, volume={37 5}, pages={614-25} }