The Congruency Sequence Effect 3.0: A Critical Test of Conflict Adaptation

@inproceedings{Duthoo2014TheCS,
  title={The Congruency Sequence Effect 3.0: A Critical Test of Conflict Adaptation},
  author={Wout Duthoo and Elger L. Abrahamse and Senne Braem and Carsten Nicolas Boehler and Wim Notebaert and Philip Allen},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Over the last two decades, the congruency sequence effect (CSE) -the finding of a reduced congruency effect following incongruent trials in conflict tasks- has played a central role in advancing research on cognitive control. According to the influential conflict-monitoring account, the CSE reflects adjustments in selective attention that enhance task focus when needed, often termed conflict adaptation. However, this dominant interpretation of the CSE has been called into question by several… CONTINUE READING

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