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Decision Making in Concurrent Multitasking: Do People Adapt to Task Interference?

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Secondary task choices for Experiment 1.

Averages and 95% CI are plotted and the gray volume behind the averages is a plot of the estimated density of the underlying data [29] Panel A: Average choices for the best task combinations over all participants. Panel B, C and D: average combination choices for the participants that favored counting, tracking, and switching secondary task, respectively.

Figure 2