Cognitive Control: Componential and Yet Emergent

Topics in Cognitive Science 3 (2):242-246 (2011)
Abstract
In this commentary, I will argue that the componential and emergent views of cognitive control as defined by Cooper (2010) do not necessarily oppose each other, and I will try to make a case for their interdependence. First, I will use the construct of cognitive inhibition—one of the main componential control functions mentioned in the target articles—to illustrate my line of reasoning. Then, I will comment on how some of the target articles, each from a different perspective, bring arguments in favor of this integrative view
Keywords Cognitive modeling  Cognitive control  Cognitive inhibition
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