How Do Children Deal With Conflict? A Developmental Study of Sequential Conflict Modulation

@inproceedings{Smulders2018HowDC,
  title={How Do Children Deal With Conflict? A Developmental Study of Sequential Conflict Modulation},
  author={Silvan F. A. Smulders and Eric Soetens and Maurits W. van der Molen},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2018}
}
This study examined age-related differences in sequential conflict modulation (SCM), elicited in three tasks requiring the inhibition of pre-potent responses; a Simon task, an S-R compatibility (SRC) task and a hybrid Choice-reaction/NoGo task. The primary focus was on age-related changes in performance changes following a conflict trial. A secondary aim was to assess whether SCM follows different developmental trajectories depending on the type of conflict elicited by the tasks. The tasks were… CONTINUE READING
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