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

Figure 3

Change in preference over time for Experiment 1.

Task preference over time is shown for the participants that switched between secondary tasks. Theoretically, the lowest interference is obtained when easy subtraction problems (“+”) are combined with counting, and hard subtractions (“x”) are combined with tracking.

Figure 3