|其他题名||Modality-specific cognitive control mechanisms as revealed by an audio-visual Stroop task|
|Zhenghan Li1,2; Guochun Yang1,2; Xun Liu1,2|
PURPOSE: Conflict adaptation (CA) has been used to study the transfer of cognitive control across consecutive trials, in which the conflict effect is reduced when the previous trial also contains conflict with regards to stimulus-responses compatibility (SRC). Previous studies have found that cognitive control is modality-specific, such that the CA effect appears only when adjacent trials contain conflicts from the same modality, but is absent when the conflicts are from different modalities. However, the modality-specific effect may have been confounded by factors such as negative priming, feature integration and contingency learning. Therefore we investigated whether or not cognitive control could transfer across auditory and visual conflicts when the other factors were controlled.
|关键词||audio-visual Stroop conflict adaptation cross-modal cognitive control modality-specific|
|作者单位||1.CAS Key Laboratory of Behavioral Science, Institute of Psychology|
2.Department of Psychology, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
|Zhenghan Li,Guochun Yang,Xun Liu. 视听Stroop任务揭示认知控制机制的通道特异性[C],2017.|