Queuing network modeling of the psychological refractory period (PRP).

@article{Wu2008QueuingNM,
  title={Queuing network modeling of the psychological refractory period (PRP).},
  author={Changxu Wu and Yili Liu},
  journal={Psychological review},
  year={2008},
  volume={115 4},
  pages={
          913-54
        }
}
The psychological refractory period (PRP) is a basic but important form of dual-task information processing. Existing serial or parallel processing models of PRP have successfully accounted for a variety of PRP phenomena; however, each also encounters at least 1 experimental counterexample to its predictions or modeling mechanisms. This article describes a queuing network-based mathematical model of PRP that is able to model various experimental findings in PRP with closed-form equations… Expand
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