Conflict adaptation: it is not what you expect.

@article{Duthoo2012ConflictAI,
  title={Conflict adaptation: it is not what you expect.},
  author={Wout Duthoo and Wim Notebaert},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={65 10},
  pages={
          1993-2007
        }
}
In two studies, a vocal Stroop task with eight different colours was employed in order to put two core assumptions of the original interpretation of the Gratton effect to the test. We verified whether top-down control processes can elicit conflict adaptation when episodic memory effects are controlled for and to what extent proactive adjustments driven by the subjects' expectancy for congruency level repetition contribute to this effect. Therefore, we presented Stroop stimuli without feature… CONTINUE READING

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