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Switching

Liquidating a position and simultaneously reinstating a position in another futures contract of the same type.
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Switching

1. The act of closing a position and opening another with better prospects. This term often applies to securities and mutual funds. See also: Load.

2. In futures, the act of liquidating a contract and using the proceeds to buy another on the same type with a longer maturity. This is often done to avoid receiving delivery of the underlying.
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Results of the Trail Making test showed that EF abilities measured by task switching benefited from both exercise modalities, although yoga was more beneficial, with both forms of physical activity producing a significant improvement over the no-exercise condition.
The current study was designed with following objectives: (i) to compare serum testosterone levels between anorexics and healthy individuals (ii) to compare anorexic patients with healthy controls on measures of EI, affective control and task switching (ii) to examine relationship between serum testosterone levels, EI, affective control and task switching in AN.
The roles of timing and task order during task switching. Neuroimage 2002;17:95-109.
Task switching data was cleaned from outliers by deleting reaction times (RTs) standing above 2.5 standard deviations from each participant's mean.
Falkenstein, "Training-induced improvement of response selection and error detection in aging assessed by task switching: effects of cognitive, physical, and relaxation training," Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, vol.
Participants completed IRI and clock drawing test, following this they performed task switching experiment.
There is an illusion of productivity associated with task switching because this behavior allows people to keep working on something else when there is a blockage that prevents the completion of the current task, or when they need to attend a slow and boring meeting.
Effects of aging on efficiency of task switching in a variant of the trail making test.
The switching syllables from /pa/ to /ta/, from /ta/ to /ka/, and from /ka/ to /pa/ involve not only motor control but also inhibition control, task switching, and sequencing, as part B of TMT.
EF task data were available for all participants with the following exceptions: Due to technical problems, complete pre/postintervention data on the task switching test was unavailable for five participants with ASD.
Task switching and concurrent task completion are commonplace in many work environments of the twenty-first century.
* Easy Task Switching - TMetric is well-suited for frequent task switching when it happens.