Running Head: CONFLICT ADAPTATION WITHIN AND ACROSS TASKS In press (as of 2014), Psychological Research/Psychologische Forschung Generality and Specificity in Cognitive Control: Co nflict Adaptation within and across Selective-Attention Tasks but not across Selective- Att ntion and Simon Tasks

@inproceedings{Freitas2014RunningHC,
  title={Running Head: CONFLICT ADAPTATION WITHIN AND ACROSS TASKS In press (as of 2014), Psychological Research/Psychologische Forschung Generality and Specificity in Cognitive Control: Co nflict Adaptation within and across Selective-Attention Tasks but not across Selective- Att ntion and Simon Tasks},
  author={Antonio L. Freitas and Sheri L. Clark},
  year={2014}
}
To explain how cognitive control is modulated conte xtually, Botvinick, Braver, Barch, Carter, and Cohen (2001) proposed that detecting in formation-processing conflict attenuates the disruptive influence of information-processing conf licts encountered subsequently, by which time appropriate cognitive-control mechanisms alrea dy will have been engaged. This conflictadaptation hypothesis has motivated extensive programs of rese a ch while also attracting vigorous methodological critiques that… CONTINUE READING