Sequence effects in cued task switching modulate response preparedness and repetition priming processes.

@article{Jamadar2010SequenceEI,
  title={Sequence effects in cued task switching modulate response preparedness and repetition priming processes.},
  author={S. Jamadar and Patricia T. Michie and Frini Karayanidis},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={47 2},
  pages={365-86}
}
In task-switching paradigms, reaction time (RT) switch cost is eliminated on trials after a no-go trial (no-go/go sequence effect). We examined the locus of no-go interference on task-switching performance by comparing the event-related potential (ERP) time course of go/go and no-go/go sequences from cue onset to response execution. We also examined whether noninformative trials (i.e., delayed reconfiguration, no response inhibition) produce similar sequence effects. Participants switched using… CONTINUE READING

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