Additive Effects of Item-Specific and Congruency Sequence Effects in the Vocal Stroop Task

@inproceedings{Aschenbrenner2019AdditiveEO,
  title={Additive Effects of Item-Specific and Congruency Sequence Effects in the Vocal Stroop Task},
  author={Andrew J Aschenbrenner and David A. Balota},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2019}
}
There is a growing interest in assessing how cognitive processes fluidly adjust across trials within a task. Dynamic adjustments of control are typically measured using the congruency sequence effect (CSE), which refers to the reduction in interference following an incongruent trial, relative to a congruent trial. However, it is unclear if this effect stems from a general control mechanism or a distinct process tied to cross-trial reengagement of the task set. We examine the relationship of the… CONTINUE READING

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