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Is there evidence for cross-domain control adaptation? A replication of Kan et al. (2013)
Exploring the mechanisms of cognitive control is central to understanding how we control our behaviour. These mechanisms can be studied in conflict paradigms, which require the inhibition of irrelevant responses to perform the task. It is assumed that in these tasks the detection of conflict enhances cognitive control resulting in improved conflict resolution of subsequent trials. If the presence of conflict is sufficient for this conflict adaptation effect, then conflict adaptation can bedoi:10.31234/osf.io/5k8rq fatcat:jpnsn65e4nef3m5cbtgxwaem4i