SOURCES OF DUAL-TASK INTERFERENCE : Evidence From Human Electrophysiology

@inproceedings{LuckSOURCESOD,
  title={SOURCES OF DUAL-TASK INTERFERENCE : Evidence From Human Electrophysiology},
  author={Steven J. Luck}
}
223 Abstract— When an individual attempts to perform two tasks at the same time, the tasks often interfere with each other. This interference has been studied for several decades with the psychological refractory period paradigm, in which two targets that require independent responses are presented on each trial, separated by a variable delay period; interference typically takes the form of increased response times for the second target at short interstimulus delays. The present study used… CONTINUE READING
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