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Conflict and disfluency as aversive signals: context-specific processing adjustments are modulated by affective location associations

Dreisbach, Gesine ; Reindl, Anna-Lena ; Fischer, Rico



Abstract

Context-specific processing adjustments are one signature feature of flexible human action control. However, up to now the precise mechanisms underlying these adjustments are not fully understood. Here it is argued that aversive signals produced by conflict- or disfluency-experience originally motivate such context-specific processing adjustments. We tested whether the efficiency of the aversive ...

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