Proactive inhibitory control varies with task context.

@article{Wardak2012ProactiveIC,
  title={Proactive inhibitory control varies with task context.},
  author={Claire Wardak and Stephen Ramano{\"e}l and Olivier Guipponi and Philippe Boulinguez and Suliann Ben Hamed},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={36 11},
  pages={
          3568-79
        }
}
The goal of executive control is to adjust our behaviour to the environment. It involves not only the continuous planning and adaptation of actions but also the inhibition of inappropriate movements. Recently, a proactive form of inhibitory control has been shown, demonstrating that actions can be withheld, in an uncertain environment, thanks to the proactive locking of the mechanism by which motor commands are triggered (e.g. while waiting at traffic lights in a dense pedestrian zone, one will… CONTINUE READING
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