Dual Mechanisms of Cognitive Control

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Description: The central hypothesis of the Dual Mechanisms of Cognitive Control framework is that cognitive control operates via two distinct operating modes – proactive control and reactive control. Proactive control relies upon the anticipation and prevention of interference before it occurs, whereas reactive control relies upon the detection and resolution of interference after its onset.

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Please visit the Dual Mechanisms website at http://pages.wustl.edu/dualmechanisms for more information about the DMC framework, investigators, tasks, and data access. How to navigate this project Project Overview: What data are collected? [Data Collection Flowchart]4 How are data stored? [Storage Flowchart]6 How are data analyzed? [Analysis Flowchart]8 Each of the above flowcharts can be view...

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    For more information about the Dual Mechanisms tasks, please refer to the website: http://pages.wustl.edu/dualmechanisms/tasks

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    The goal of this project is to examine the reliability and validity of assessments included in the DMCC project.

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