Responding with Restraint: What Are the Neurocognitive Mechanisms?

@article{Jahfari2010RespondingWR,
  title={Responding with Restraint: What Are the Neurocognitive Mechanisms?},
  author={Sara Jahfari and Cathy M. Stinear and Mike Claffey and Frederick Verbruggen and Adam R. Aron},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={1479-1492}
}
An important aspect of cognitive control is the ability to respond with restraint. Here, we modeled this experimentally by measuring the degree of response slowing that occurs when people respond to an imperative stimulus in a context where they might suddenly need to stop the initiated response compared with a context in which they do not need to stop. We refer to the RT slowing that occurs as the “response delay effect.” We conjectured that this response delay effect could relate to one or… CONTINUE READING
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