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How performance (non-)contingent reward modulates cognitive control

Fröber, Kerstin ; Dreisbach, Gesine



Abstract

Reward has repeatedly been shown to influence cognitive control. More precisely, performance contingent reward is known to increase preparatory, proactive control. In comparison, performance non-contingent reward, that is, reward that is not dependent on a pre-specified performance criterion but is given unconditional for any response, even errors, is a rather understudied topic. Recently, Frober ...

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