Performance on random generation (R), prototype learning (P), manual (M), and tone (T) tasks as a function of concurrent task. Adapted from Bourke et al. (1996).

task interfered the least. Third, and of greatest importance, the random generation task consistently interfered most with the prototype, manual, and tone tasks, and it did so whether it was the primary or the secondary task (see Figure 5.8). The tone task consistently interfered least with each of the other three tasks. Thus, the findings accorded with the predictions of a general capacity theory.

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