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ERIC Number: EJ776697
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2007-Oct
Pages: 11
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ISSN: ISSN-0033-295X
Item-Specific Adaptation and the Conflict-Monitoring Hypothesis: A Computational Model
Blais, Chris; Robidoux, Serje; Risko, Evan F.; Besner, Derek
Psychological Review, v114 n4 p1076-1086 Oct 2007
Comments on articles by Botvinick et al. and Jacob et al. M. M. Botvinick, T. S. Braver, D. M. Barch, C. S. Carter, and J. D. Cohen (2001) implemented their conflict-monitoring hypothesis of cognitive control in a series of computational models. The authors of the current article first demonstrate that M. M. Botvinick et al.'s (2001) conflict-monitoring Stroop model fails to simulate L. L. Jacoby, D. S. Lindsay, and S. Hessels's (2003) report of an item-specific proportion-congruent (ISPC) effect in the Stroop task. The authors then implement a variant of M. M. Botvinick et al.'s model based on the assumption that control must be able to operate at the item level. This model successfully simulates the ISPC effect. In addition, the model provides an alternative to M. M. Botvinick et al.'s explanation of the list-level proportion-congruent effect in terms of an ISPC effect. Implications of the present modeling effort are discussed.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Stroop Color Word Test