Frequency of Prospective Use Modulates Instructed Task-Set Interference

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Description: Do people have strategic control over prospective task-set interference based on their expectations of whether task instructions will have to be implemented or recalled

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Recent studies have demonstrated that keeping an instructed task-set in working memory (WM) for prospective use can interfere with behavior on an intervening task that employs shared stimuli – the prospective task-set interference effect. One open question is whether people have strategic control over prospective task-set interference based on their expectations of whether task instructions will h...

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