The thirty-two contributions discuss evidence from psychological experiments withhealthy and brain-damaged subjects, functional imaging, electrophysiology, and computationalmodeling.switch costs than did neutral trials. ... Third, switch costs were reliably larger when task switches were preceded by incongruent versus congruent trials, whether or ... It is noteworthy that the persisting inhibition effect was not affected by the RSI.
|Title||:||Control of Cognitive Processes|
|Author||:||Stephen Monsell, Jon Driver|
|Publisher||:||MIT Press - 2000|