Sequential compatibility effects and cognitive control: does conflict really matter?

@article{Burle2005SequentialCE,
  title={Sequential compatibility effects and cognitive control: does conflict really matter?},
  author={Bor{\'i}s Burle and Sonia Allain and Franck Vidal and Thierry Hasbroucq},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2005},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={831-7}
}
Although it is widely accepted that control mechanisms are necessary for human behavior to be adapted, very little is known about how such mechanisms are recruited. A suggestion to fill the gap was put forward by M. M. Botvinick, T. S. Braver, C. S. Carter, D. M. Barch, and J. D. Cohen (2001), who proposed the conflict-loop theory. This theory has been successful in accounting for the reduction of compatibility effects after an incompatible trial: The level of conflict being, on average, higher… CONTINUE READING

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