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Sustained vs. transient cognitive control: evidence of a behavioral dissociation.

Abstract:

This study assessed whether two well known effects associated with cognitive control, conflict adaptation (the Gratton effect) and conflict context (proportion congruent effects), reflect a single common or separate control systems. To test this we examined if these two effects generalized from one kind of conflict to another by using a combined-conflict paradigm (involving the Simon and Spatial Stroop tasks) and manipulating the proportion of congruent to incongruent trials for one conflict ...

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Lupiáñez, J More by this author
Humphreys, G More by this author
Journal:
Cognition
Volume:
114
Issue:
3
Pages:
338-347
Publication date:
2010-03-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1873-7838
ISSN:
0010-0277
URN:
uuid:f7ccbeee-0631-46a1-8846-9e9ab7adf8cc
Source identifiers:
311739
Local pid:
pubs:311739

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