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Auditory (dis-)fluency triggers sequential processing adjustments

Dolk, Thomas ; Freigang, C. ; Bogon, Johanna ; Dreisbach, Gesine


An increasing amount of studies indicates that experiencing increased task demands, triggered for example by conflicting stimulus features or low perceptual fluency, lead to processing adjustments. While these demand triggered processing adjustments have been shown for different paradigms (e.g., response conflict tasks, perceptual disfluency, task switching, dual tasking), most of them are ...


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