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Voluntary switching in an invertebrate

Czaczkes, Tomer J. ; Koch, T. ; Dreisbach, Gesine ; Fröber, Kerstin


When faced with multiple competing goals, individuals must decide which goal to attend to. Voluntary task switching is an important paradigm for testing cognitive flexibility and spontaneous decision-making when competing tasks are present. Of particular importance is the study of how reward affects task switching, as reward is perhaps the most commonly used tool for shaping both human and animal ...


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