“You’re wrong, I’ll switch, I’m wrong, I’ll stay”: How task-switching strategies are modulated by a partner in a multi-task learning protocol

Congratulations to KIN BKin alum Brynn Alexander and Dr. Nikki Hodges for their new publication on task-switching strategies in partner exercises.

If individuals given control over practice variables make practice decisions based on their current performance, this article investigates if and how a partner’s performance impacts these decisions. The study evaluates this question in a multi-task learning protocol, where individuals and dyads practiced three, differently timed keystroke sequences.

Read the article here.