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Behavioral and brain potential measures were employed to compare interference in Eriksen and Simon tasks. Assuming a dual-process model of interference elicited in speeded response tasks, we hypothesized that only lateralized stimuli in the Simon task induce fast S-R priming via direct unconditional processes, while Eriksen interference effects are induced(More)
We investigated how proactive and reactive control facilitates performance in mixed stimulus-response compatibility (SRC) tasks. SRC effects were eliminated in mixed tasks and reversed following incompatible trials. In mixed tasks, early preferential response activation was present in stimulus-locked lateralized readiness potentials (LRPs) but reduced(More)
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