New Publication in Acta Psychologica

According to existing theories of context-driven control, participants unconsciously implement multiple control settings within a single task.  In our paper entitled “Properties of Context-driven Control Revealed through the Analysis of Sequential Congruency Effects,” we find that sequential congruency effects (the reduction in the congruency effect following incongruent relative to congruent trials) are present within but not across control settings.  In this way, participants are continually updating control settings over the course of an experiment. (link to .pdf)

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