How Life Experience Shapes Cognitive Control Strategies: The Case of Air Traffic Control Training

@inproceedings{Arbula2016HowLE,
  title={How Life Experience Shapes Cognitive Control Strategies: The Case of Air Traffic Control Training},
  author={Sandra Arbula and Mariagrazia Capizzi and Nicoletta Lombardo and Antonino Vallesi},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
Although human flexible behavior relies on cognitive control, it would be implausible to assume that there is only one, general mode of cognitive control strategy adopted by all individuals. For instance, different reliance on proactive versus reactive control strategies could explain inter-individual variability. In particular, specific life experiences, like a highly demanding training for future Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs), could modulate cognitive control functions. A group of ATC… CONTINUE READING
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