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The demise of short-term memory revisited: empirical and computational investigations of recency effects.
In the single-store model of memory, the enhanced recall for the last items in a free-recall task (i.e., the recency effect) is understood to reflect a general property of memory rather than aExpand
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Conflict-monitoring and (meta)cognitive control
Book synopsis: The neural computational approach to cognitive and psychological processes is relatively new. However, Neural Computation and Psychology Workshops (NCPW), first held 16 years ago, lieExpand
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An interference account of cue-independent forgetting in the no-think paradigm
Memory suppression is investigated with the no-think paradigm, which produces forgetting following repeated practice of not thinking about a memory [Anderson MC, Green C (2001) Nature 410:366–369].Expand
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Sequential dependencies in the Eriksen flanker task: A direct comparison of two competing accounts
In the conflict/control loop theory proposed by Botvinick, Braver, Barch, Carter, and Cohen (2001), conflict monitored in a trial leads to an increase in cognitive control on the subsequent trial.Expand
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Neuromodulation of decision and response selection
We present a model for the attentional neuromodulation of decision and selection processes. The model assumes that phasic responses in the brain nucleus Locus Coeruleus modulate, via the transmissionExpand
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Individual differences in semantic short-term memory capacity and reading comprehension
We report three correlation studies, which investigate the hypothesis that individual differences in the capacity of a semantic short-term memory (STM) component in working memory (WM) predictExpand
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Evidence for attentional processing in spatial localization
Using a dual-task methodology, this study examined the involvement of selective attention in spatial localization. Thirty participants located a single, briefly presented, peripheral target stimulus,Expand
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A computational study of conflict-monitoring at two levels of processing: Reaction time distributional analyses and hemodynamic responses
  • E. Davelaar
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Brain Research
  • 2 April 2008
The conflict-monitoring hypothesis of cognitive control proposes that response-conflict is higher in incongruent conditions compared to congruent or neutral conditions and that increases in conflictExpand
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On the lawfulness of the decision to terminate memory search
Nearly every memory retrieval episode ends with a decision to terminate memory search. Yet, no research has investigated whether these search termination decisions are systematic, let alone whetherExpand
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Stroop proactive control and task conflict are modulated by concurrent working memory load
Performance on the Stroop task reflects two types of conflict—informational (between the incongruent word and font color) and task (between the contextually relevant color-naming task and theExpand
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