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Challenging voices: Mixed evidence for context-specific control adjustments in the auditory domain

Berger, Anja ; Dolk, Thomas ; Bogon, Johanna ; Dreisbach, Gesine


The flexible adjustment to changing demands is an astonishing human ability. One related phenomenon is the context-specific proportion congruency (CSPC) effect. Regarding response conflict, the CSPC refers to reduced response interference in contexts with a high conflict proportion as opposed to contexts with a low conflict proportion. Derived from previous research showing CSPCs in the visual ...


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