Dual task interference

Dual task interference

About This Video

The dual-task interference paradigm is one of the hallmarks of Baddeley's approach to working memory. It assumes that if a task selectively interferes with a particular type of processing but not with another type of processing, then those two types of processing must rely on different aspects of the cognitive system.
Tags:
Working memory, dual task interference, phonological loop, central executive mechanism, visual-spatial sketchpad
Duration:
00:06:39