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.
This paper was presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 26-29, 2006.