Stroop proactive control and task conflict are modulated by concurrent working memory load

@article{Kalanthroff2015StroopPC,
  title={Stroop proactive control and task conflict are modulated by concurrent working memory load},
  author={E. Kalanthroff and A. Avnit and A. Henik and E. Davelaar and M. Usher},
  journal={Psychonomic Bulletin & Review},
  year={2015},
  volume={22},
  pages={869-875}
}
Performance on the Stroop task reflects two types of conflict—informational (between the incongruent word and font color) and task (between the contextually relevant color-naming task and the irrelevant, but automatic, word-reading task). According to the dual mechanisms of control theory (DMC; Braver, 2012), variability in Stroop performance can result from variability in the deployment of a proactive task-demand control mechanism. Previous research has shown that when proactive control (PC… Expand
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