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  1. Adaptation in Conflict: Are Conflict-Triggered Control Adjustments Protected in the Presence of Motivational Distractors?Daniela Becker, Nils B. Jostmann & Rob W. Holland - 2018 - Cognition and Emotion 33 (4):660-672.
    ABSTRACTSolving a conflict between two response options in an interference task has been found to increase control in a subsequent conflict situation. The present research examined whether such conflict adaptation persists in the presence of distractors that have motivational relevance and are therefore competing for attentional resources. In an adjusted flanker task, motivational distractors were presented together with the current trial while the previous trial never included any distractor. Accumulated evidence across three studies showed that motivational distractors reduced the conflict (...)
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  • Dynamic Influence of Emotional States on Novel Word Learning.Jingjing Guo, Tiantian Zou & Danling Peng - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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