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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. ...
The causal role of DLPFC top-down control on the acquisition and the automatic expression of implicit learning: State of the art
Implicit learning refers to the incidental acquisition and expression of knowledge that is not accompanied by full awareness of its contents. Implicit sequence learning (ISL) represents one of the most useful paradigms to ...