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A. Mark Williams and Bradley Fawver

-report measures) and using dual-task paradigms to identify changes in efficiency (and effectiveness) during acquisition. Surprisingly, the extent to which changes in efficiency and effectiveness are correlated during skill acquisition has not been examined empirically to date, yet both should be considered in