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The process by which information that is currently relevant in the mind is replaced by other information. This information is typically sensory in nature but may also be semantic.

Definition contributed by Anonymous

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Tasks that are asserted to measure attention shifting

Task Contrast Measure

Early Childhood Behavioral Questionnaire
  • attentional shifting

autism spectrum quotient
  • attention switching

attention switching task
  • shift-related incorrect responses

attention networks test
  • Central cue minus Spatial cue: Orienting / Shifting network efficiency

visuospatial cueing task
  • reaction time to incongruent cues minus reaction time to congruent cues

visual attention task
  • reaction time after some manipulation minus reaction time at baseline

  • switch trial - repeat trial = switch cost

rapid serial object transformation
  • accuracy during task minus accuracy of some baseline test (e.g. only one pattern)
  • ERP strength minus baseline

Posner cueing task
  • incongruent response time - congruent response time

intradimensional shift task
  • accuracy of subject minus average accuracy of controls

extradimensional shift task
  • accuracy of subject minus average accuracy of controls
  • average number of trials per pattern change