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  1. Recent methodological advances have allowed researchers to address confounds in the measurement of task-switch costs in task-switching performance by dissociating cue switching from task switching. For example, in the transition-cuing procedure,…
  2. Task-switching paradigms are widely used to study executive control. However, standard paradigms may not require active control to switch tasks. We examined voluntary task switching by having subjects choose which task to perform on a series of…
  3. In reaction time (RT) research on nonspecific preparation, the preparation period is often identified with the foreperiod (FP), the interval between the offset of a neutral warning stimulus (S1) and the onset of the reaction stimulus (S2). However,…
  4. In 6 task-cuing experiments, with 2 cues per task, the authors varied cue-stimulus interval to investigate G. D. Logan and C. Bundesen's (2003) claim that when cue repetition is controlled for, task-switch cost and its reduction with preparation are…
  5. Most studies of task-set switching rely on cuing paradigms, in which external cues indicate the upcoming task. The present study used an entirely predictable task sequence in a variant of the alternating-runs paradigm of Rogers and Monsell (1995).…
  6. 2つの実験室実験を行い、ヒューマンエラー防止ツールとしての指差呼称の有効性を検証した。FPACは日本の産業界で幅広く実践されている操作的手続きである。オペレータはコントロールや道具を指差し、その名前もしくはその状態を呼ぶ。実験1では24名の被験者が105回の多重選択反応を行った。4条件が用いられた。(1)指差呼称、(2)指差のみ、(3)呼称のみ、(4)指差呼称なし。エラー率は最初の条件で最小、最後の条件で最大となった。実験2では24名の被験者が反応キー近くのランプを監視し、それが点灯した時には…

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