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Even with time, conflict adaptation is not made of expectancies
In conflict tasks, congruency effects are modulated by the sequence of preceding trials. This modulation has been interpreted as a strategic reconfiguration of cognitive control, depending on the amount of conflict encountered ...
Increasing control improves further control, but it does not enhance memory for the targets in a face–word Stroop task
Recent research on the dynamics between attentional and memory processes have outlined the idea that applying control in a conflicting situation directly leads to enhanced episodic memory of the processed information. ...