Resolved but not forgotten: Stroop conflict dredges up the past

@inproceedings{Hazeltine2014ResolvedBN,
  title={Resolved but not forgotten: Stroop conflict dredges up the past},
  author={Eliot Hazeltine and J. Toby Mordkoff},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
The magnitude of congruency effects depends on, among other things, the specifics of previous trials. To explain these modulating effects, a host of mechanisms by which previous trials affect the processing of relevant and irrelevant information on the present trial have been proposed, including feature repetition advantages, negative priming, item-specific proportion congruency (ISPC) effects, display frequency effects, and sequential modulations of both congruency and frequency effects… CONTINUE READING

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Citation: Hazeltine E and Mordkoff JT (2014) Resolved but not forgotten: Stroop conflict dredges up the past

  • November
  • Front. Psychol. 5:1327. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014…
  • 2014
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