Go no-go performance under psychosocial stress: Beneficial effects of implementation intentions

@article{Scholz2009GoNP,
  title={Go no-go performance under psychosocial stress: Beneficial effects of implementation intentions},
  author={Urte Scholz and Roberto La Marca and Urs M Nater and Ingo Aberle and Matthias Kliegel},
  journal={Neurobiology of Learning and Memory},
  year={2009},
  volume={91},
  pages={89-92}
}
Acute stress has been found to have negative and implementation intentions (IIs) to have positive effects on cognitive performance. This study was the first to examine the effects of IIs on executive action control under acute psychosocial stress. Forty-two male subjects aged 21-39 years were randomly assigned to the Trier Social Stress Test (TSST) versus a rest condition. In addition, the instruction to the executive task (a go no-go task) was manipulated (IIs versus standard instruction… CONTINUE READING
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