Inhibiting responses to difficult choices.

@article{Matzke2019InhibitingRT,
  title={Inhibiting responses to difficult choices.},
  author={Dora Matzke and Samuel Curley and Charlene Q Gong and Andrew Heathcote},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2019},
  volume={148 1},
  pages={
          124-142
        }
}
The stop-signal paradigm is a widely used procedure to study response inhibition. It consists of a 2-choice response-time task (a "go" task) that is occasionally interrupted by a stop signal instructing participants to withhold their responses. The paradigm owes its popularity to the underlying race model that enables estimation of the otherwise unobservable latency of stopping. As the race model assumes a single go runner that produces the response unless it is beaten by an inhibitory stop… CONTINUE READING
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