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When in Doubt, Do it Both Ways: Brain Evidence of the Simultaneous Activation of Conflicting Motor Responses in a Spatial Stroop Task
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
& Response competition is often considered an important contributor to the delayed reaction to stimuli for which physical and semantic information are in conflict (" Stroop' ' effect). Response competition implies that brain areas associated with correct and incorrect responses (e.g., left and right motor cortices) should be simultaneously activated in conflict conditions. However, there is at present little direct evidence of this phenomenon, in part because of the paucity of brain imagingdoi:10.1162/08989290152001934 pmid:11388924 fatcat:i7tk46o4inav5gti5ai3wd5jj4