Task-Switching Paradigm. The Effect of Mechnical Repetition on Cognitive Performance


Academic Paper, 2017

16 Pages, Grade: 1.0


Abstract or Introduction

The cognitive performance of a subject can be affected by several factors, such as the formulation of a question, amount of tasks that need to be managed simultaneously and the number of times an action is repeated. The purpose of this project was to implement a very simple program that enables the gathering of data gained from test subjects to be mostly unaffected by external factors. The core idea was to investigate the effect of the repetition on a task on its performance and present it to test subjects as a short and simple game to test their attention and reaction times.

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Title
Task-Switching Paradigm. The Effect of Mechnical Repetition on Cognitive Performance
College
University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt am Main  (Fachbereich Informatik)
Course
Human Machine Interfaces
Grade
1.0
Author
Year
2017
Pages
16
Catalog Number
V508299
ISBN (eBook)
9783346080561
Language
English
Notes
No source code will be provided.
Tags
cognition, task switching paradigm, gamification, neuroplasticity, human machine interface
Quote paper
Santiago Escobar Martínez (Author), 2017, Task-Switching Paradigm. The Effect of Mechnical Repetition on Cognitive Performance, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/508299

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