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Prospect of performance-contingent reward distorts the action-relevance of predictive context information

Dreisbach, Gesine ; Fröber, Kerstin ; Berger, A. ; Fischer, R.


One prominent feature of adaptive cognition in humans is the ability to flexibly adjust to changing task demands. In this respect, context-specific proportion congruency (CSPC) effects describe the phenomenon that participants learn to adapt to contexts of frequently occurring conflicts even when the upcoming context cannot be anticipated. Here, we aim to provide evidence that such CSPC effects ...


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