research data . Dataset . 2016

Cognitive Control Reflects Context Monitoring, Not Motoric Stopping, in Response Inhibition

H. Chatham, Christopher; D. Claus, Eric; Kim, Albert; Curran, Tim; T. Banich, Marie; Munakata, Yuko;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Publisher: Figshare
<div><p>The inhibition of unwanted behaviors is considered an effortful and controlled ability. However, inhibition also requires the detection of contexts indicating that old behaviors may be inappropriate – in other words, inhibition requires the ability to monitor context in the service of goals, which we refer to as context-monitoring. Using behavioral, neuroimaging, electrophysiological and computational approaches, we tested whether motoric stopping per se is the cognitively-controlled process supporting response inhibition, or whether context-monitoring may fill this role. Our results demonstrate that inhibition does not require control mechanisms beyond ...
free text keywords: Neuroscience, 111714 Mental Health, reflects, motoric, inhibition
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