Human information processing efficiency in a dual-task paradigm
Gladstones, Regan, and Lee (1989) have presented a dual-task paradigm which they claim enabl JS a strict test of the single-channel hypothesis. In this paradigm, subjects perform two serial choice reaction time (RT) tasks, first separately, and then simultaneously, at their maximum sustainable rates of information processing. The tasks are statistically independent, forced-paced, and do not permit subjects to group signals into chunks. In two experiments, Gladstones et al. found that the time...[Show more]
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