Oddball and incongruity effects during Stroop task performance: a comparative fMRI study on selective attention.

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The aim of this fMRI study was to investigate and compare the neural mechanisms of selective attention during two different operationalizations of competition between task-relevant and task-irrelevant information: Stroop-incongruity and oddballs. For this purpose, we employed a Stroop-like oddball task in which subjects responded to the font size of… (More)

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