In response to the increased use of personal technologies, such as laptops and cell phones in the classroom, instructors have begun to implement technology bans.
According to existing theories of context-driven control, participants unconsciously implement multiple control settings within a single task. In our paper entitled “Properties of Context-driven Control
Context-driven control refers to the finding that participants are able to implement multiple attentional settings within a single task. Elsewhere, attentional settings have been shown