Within-task switching in the verbal domain

@article{Gurd2003WithintaskSI,
  title={Within-task switching in the verbal domain},
  author={J. Gurd and P. Weiss and K. Amunts and G. Fink},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2003},
  volume={20},
  pages={s50-s57}
}
Task-switching, a term that covers a wide range of different cognitive processes, is a topic of considerable current interest. We draw particular attention to verbal within-task switching in neurological patients and healthy volunteers. The paradigm employs two types of fluency tasks: (i) semantic category verbal fluency in which subjects covertly produce words from a predefined superordinate semantic category and (ii) automatic speech tasks in which subjects produce words from overlearned… Expand
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