Neural time course of conflict adaptation effects on the Stroop task

  title={Neural time course of conflict adaptation effects on the Stroop task},
  author={Michael J. Larson and David A. S. Kaufman and William M. Perlstein},
Cognitive control theory suggests conflict effects are reduced following high- relative to low-conflict trials. Such reactive adjustments in control, frequently termed "conflict adaptation effects," indicate a dynamic interplay between regulative and evaluative components of cognitive control necessary for adaptable goal-directed behavior. The current study examined conflict adaptation effects while 36 neurologically-normal participants performed a single-trial color-naming Stroop task. Trials… CONTINUE READING
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