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PLOS Computational Biology | https://doi.making and how these learning effects transfer to novel situations. Our findings elucidate how learning and experience might shape people's ability and propensity to adaptively control their minds and behavior. We conclude by predicting under which circumstances these learning mechanisms might lead to self-control failure. Rational metareasoning and the plasticity of cognitive control PLOS Computational Biology | https://doi.doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1006043 pmid:29694347 pmcid:PMC5937797 fatcat:nujhxzthsrecdgdunjggpxathm