Dr Laura Prosser
I am currently working on an ESRC funded project investigating the differences between doing (performance) and knowing (preparing) using task switching paradigms.
My research interests include cognition, cognitive control and inhibition.
My PhD focused on backward inhibition and whether conflict between tasks is necessary for backward inhibition to be applied.
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The effect of performing versus preparing a task on the subsequent switch costPsychological Research, vol. 85, pp. 364-383Contributions to Journals: Articles
Task cues lead to item-level backward inhibition with univalent stimuli and responsesQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 442-457Contributions to Journals: Articles
Task-switch costs subsequent to cue-only trialsQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol. 70, no. 8, pp. 1453-1470Contributions to Journals: Articles