Event coding, executive control, and task-switching

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (5):893-894 (2001)
Abstract
Like the Theory of Event Coding (TEC), theories of executive functions depict cognition as a flexible and goal-directed system rather than a reflex-like one. Research on task-switching, a dominant paradigm in executive control, has revealed complex and some apparently counterintuitive results. Many of these are readily explained by assuming, like TEC, that cognitive control is based on selecting information from commensurate representations of stimuli and actions.
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DOI 10.1017/S0140525X01360107
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