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Suppression of irrelevant activation in the horizontal and vertical Simon task differs quantitatively not qualitatively.
The Simon effect is usually explained by the assumption that the irrelevant stimulus location automatically activates the corresponding response. In the case of incongruent stimulus-responseExpand
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Does Attentional Selectivity in the Flanker Task Improve Discretely or Gradually?
An important question is whether attentional selectivity improves discretely or continuously during stimulus processing. In a recent study, Hübner et al. (2010) found that the discrete Dual-StageExpand
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Conflict resolution in the Eriksen flanker task: Similarities and differences to the Simon task
In the Eriksen flanker task as well as in the Simon task irrelevant activation produces a response conflict that has to be resolved by mental control mechanisms. Despite these similarities, however,Expand
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