Conflict-triggered top-down control: default mode, last resort, or no such thing?

@article{Bugg2014ConflicttriggeredTC,
  title={Conflict-triggered top-down control: default mode, last resort, or no such thing?},
  author={Julie M. Bugg},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2014},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={
          567-87
        }
}
The conflict monitoring account posits that globally high levels of conflict trigger engagement of top-down control; however, recent findings point to the mercurial nature of top-down control in high conflict contexts. The current study examined the potential moderating effect of associative learning on conflict-triggered top-down control engagement by testing the Associations as Antagonists to Top-Down Control (AATC) hypothesis. In 4 experiments, list-wide proportion congruence was manipulated… CONTINUE READING

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