Disentangling the roles of cue visibility and knowledge in adjusting cognitive control

Affiliated institutions: Duke University

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Description: This study has been accepted for publication at Psychological Science: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0956797620904045


Research has suggested that people can learn to link contextual cues, stimuli, or blocks of trials with different levels of control demand. For example, in a cued task-switching paradigm, people can learn to associate task switch probability with predictive cues so that canonical switch costs (cf. Monsell, 2003), namely, the increase in reaction time and error rate caused by task switching, are re...


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