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Performance-contingent reward increases the use of congruent distracting information

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Fröber, Kerstin ; Lerche, Veronika
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In conflict tasks like the Simon task, participants are instructed to respond to a task-relevant target dimension while ignoring additional distracting information. In the Simon task the distracting spatial information can be congruent or incongruent with the task-relevant target information, causing a congruency effect. As seen in the proportion congruency effect and the congruency sequence ...


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