Interaction between eye saccade and Stroop interference demonstrates common mechanisms for cognitive control

【Author】

Ming Yan~(1,4),Yuqin Zhou~1,& Xiaolin Zhou~(1,2,3) 1 Center for Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Department of Psychology,Peking University, Beijing 2 Key Laboratory of Machine Perception and Intelligence(Ministry of Education),Peking University,Beijing 3 Key Laboratory of Computational Linguistics(Ministry of Education),Peking University, Beijing 4 Department of Psychology,University of Potsdam,Potsdam

【Abstract】

<正>This study combined the Stroop manipulation with a pro/anti-saccade task in which a peripheral cue was presented to attract the participant's attention and a Stroop stimulus was then presented, with a SOA of 200 or 600 ms,at either the cued location(pro-saccade) or the opposite location (anti-saccade).The participant was asked to manually respond to the color of the stimulus,with

【Keywords】

SOA;Interaction between eye saccade and Stroop interference demonstrates common mechanisms for cognitive control;

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