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Do endogenous and exogenous action control compete for perception?

Pfister, Roland ; Heinemann, Alexander ; Kiesel, Andrea ; Thomaschke, Roland ; Janczyk, Markus


Human actions are guided either by endogenous action plans or by external stimuli in the environment. These two types of action control seem to be mediated by neurophysiologically and functionally distinct systems that interfere if an endogenously planned action suddenly has to be performed in response to an exogenous stimulus. In this case, the endogenous representation has to be deactivated ...


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