The contagious nature of cognitive control: a replication study

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Task performance can be influenced by the mere presence of another person. In previous work, it has been shown that this depends on what this other person is doing. More specifically, it has been observed that the degree of cognitive control one person exerts during a task affects the amount of cognitive control exerted by another person. This has led to the conclusion that cognitive control is co...

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