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We examined the reliability of measures of fMRI, subjective, and cardiovascular reactions to standardized versions of a Stroop color-word task and a multi-source interference task. A sample of 14 men and 12 women (30-49 years old) completed the tasks on two occasions, separated by a median of 88 days. The reliability of fMRI BOLD signal changes in brain areas engaged by the tasks was moderate, and aggregating fMRI BOLD signal changes across the tasks improved testretest reliability metrics.doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.2012.01382.x pmid:22594784 pmcid:PMC3376244 fatcat:o2r54nenrff37dk7inuevwwbxq