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Conflicts as Aversive Signals for Control Adaptation

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Dreisbach, Gesine ; Fischer, Rico
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 09 May 2017 13:53


The dynamic adaptation of cognitive control in the face of competition from conflicting response tendencies is one of the hallmarks of flexible human action control. Here, we suggest an alternative framework that places conflict-triggered control adaptation into the broader context of affect regulation. Specifically, we review evidence showing that (a) conflicts are inherently aversive, that (b) ...


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