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The role of objective and introspective switch costs in voluntary task choice.

Mendl, Jonathan ; Dreisbach, Gesine


Public Significance Statement In everyday life, investing effort is one key determinant of success. Yet human beings tend to avoid effort. We show how invested effort (the voluntary switch rate) in our paradigm depends on the individual ability (the switch costs). We also show that participants have introspection about these costs and provide the first evidence that these subjective costs may ...


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