Discovery Lab: Dual Task Interference 2

Whenever any two tasks both require attention, you run the risk of encountering dual-task interference. It doesn’t matter if both tasks require quick responses, or even if both tasks require responses at all! What matters is whether or not the tasks both require attention.

To demonstrate this, you will now complete a dual-task experiment where the first task is an encoding task and the second task is a timed response to a tone.

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