Balancing cognitive demands: control adjustments in the stop-signal paradigm.

@article{Bissett2011BalancingCD,
  title={Balancing cognitive demands: control adjustments in the stop-signal paradigm.},
  author={Patrick G. Bissett and Gordon D. Logan},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2011},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={392-404}
}
Cognitive control enables flexible interaction with a dynamic environment. In 2 experiments, the authors investigated control adjustments in the stop-signal paradigm, a procedure that requires balancing speed (going) and caution (stopping) in a dual-task environment. Focusing on the slowing of go reaction times after stop signals, the authors tested 5 competing hypotheses for post-stop-signal adjustments: goal priority, error detection, conflict monitoring, surprise, and memory. Reaction times… CONTINUE READING
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