Sequence knowledge on “when” and “what” supports dual tasking


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Many multitasking studies used randomized stimuli and stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA). Here we investigate whether and how sequence learning on position of stimuli and responses, as well as sequence learning on SOA support dual tasking. We combined two visual-manual Serial Reaction Time (SRT) tasks. Participants (N = 28 in Exp. 1 and N = 30 in Exp. 2) were first presented with a randomly sequenced...


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