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The role of task-rules and stimulus-response mappings in the task switching paradigm

Dreisbach, Gesine ; Goschke, Thomas ; Haider, Hilde


Switch costs occur whenever participants are asked to switch between two or more task sets. In a typical task switching experiment, participants have to switch between two task sets composed of up to four different stimuli per task set. These 2 (task sets) × 4 (stimuli) contain only 8 different stimulus–response (S–R) mappings, and the question is why participants base their task performance on ...


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