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Preparatory Processes in the Task Switching Paradigm: Evidence from the Use of Probability Cues

Dreisbach, Gesine ; Haider, Hilde ; Kluwe, Rainer H.


The purpose of the investigations was to dissociate processes of task preparation from task execution in the task-switching paradigm. The basic assumption was that task repetitions have 2 advantages over task shifts: an activation advantage as a result of the execution of the same task type in the pretrial, and an expectation advantage, because participants, in general, implicitly expect a ...


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