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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-432173
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.43217
Jurczyk, Vanessa ; Fröber, Kerstin ; Dreisbach, Gesine
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Abstract

In humans, voluntary task switching is susceptible to bottom-up influences like a switch of the target stimulus identity (Mayr & Bell, 2006). A recent study with ants (Czaczkes, Koch, Fröber, & Dreisbach, 2018) has shown that even irrelevant cue changes increase switching behavior, but only if they are presented within a high-reward context. To investigate whether a reward context would also ...

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