Talk:Task switching (psychology)

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Wiki formatting / structure[edit]

As I was pursuing this article, it struck me that a lot of the wiki formatting / structure were a bit wonky. For example, there is an h3 with only one h4 child. Is there supposed to be more in that section? There are also some odd things happening with, like, the capitalization style of the headings..

anon / 192.5.110.6 (talk) 15:34, 22 April 2014 (UTC)

Initialism without prior reference[edit]

3.2.1 Task-switching model[edit]

In this section, there is a reference to "RTs." There is no prior mention in this article to indicate what an RT is (if RTs is plural of RT). The rest of the article then loses its comprehension level due to the missing definition of this key term. (I am new to editing talk pages, so please forgive me if I am missing some etiquette or standard convention.)

I guess RT means "response time". Gnustavo2 (talk) 20:31, 5 October 2016 (UTC)