How Attentional Blink Facilitates Multitasking
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Multitasking is a required skill for complex and dynamic activities such as driving a car and piloting an airplane. Previous research in cognitive modeling has suggested that top-down control improves multitasking ability (Taatgen, 2005). An empirical study has been conducted to investigate how a basic neuro-cognitive effect (attentional blink) makes top-down control possible and improves multitasking performance.
(2006). How Attentional Blink Facilitates Multitasking. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2520.