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Author Egner, Tobias
Title The Wiley Handbook of Cognitive Control
Imprint Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2017
©2015
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Note Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Section I The Basics of Cognitive Control: Theoretical Constructs and Behavioural Phenomena -- Chapter 1 Cognitive Control: Core Constructs and Current Considerations -- Core Constructs -- Relationship to Other Psychological Constructs -- Theoretical Considerations -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 2 Task Set Regulation -- 1. Task Set Acquisition: From Declarative to Procedural Regulation -- 2. Regulation of Novel-But-Fluent Task Sets -- 3. Regulation of Habitual Task Sets -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3 Attentional Control and Working Memory Capacity -- Logic and Function of Individual-Differences Research -- How Is WMC Measured? -- Evidence for the WMC-Attention Association -- Characterising WMC-Related Attentional Control -- A Two-Factor Theory of WMC and Cognitive Control -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 4 Conflict Adaptation: Past, Present, and Future of the Congruency Sequence Effect as an Index of Cognitive Control -- Introduction -- The Past: A Brief History of Rival Theoretical Accounts for the CSE -- The Present: Empirical Status Quo of Determinants and Boundary Conditions of the CSE -- The Future? Learning, Sequence Effects, and Adaptive Behaviour -- References -- Chapter 5 Context, Conflict, and Control -- The Three Levels at Which Proportion Congruence Is Manipulated -- Mechanisms of Control Revealed by Proportion Congruence Effects -- Proportion Congruence Effects: The Roles of Expectations and Experience -- Is Control Necessary for Explaining Proportion Congruent Effects? -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6 Control in Response Inhibition -- How to Stop a Response -- Balancing Cognitive Demands -- Contributions From Memory and Long-Term After-Effects of Stopping -- Conclusions
Acknowledgement -- References -- Chapter 7 Consciousness and Action Control -- Goal Implementation -- Conflict Resolution -- Agency -- Task Sharing -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Section II Models of Cognitive Control: Computations, Mechanisms, and Neuroanatomy -- Chapter 8 Computational Models of Cognitive Control -- Introduction -- Cognitive Control: Solving Higher-Level Problems -- Solving Higher-Level Problems: Learning, Value, and Inference -- Models of Cognitive Control: PDP -- Models of Cognitive Control: RL -- Models of Cognitive Control: Bayesian Inference -- General Discussion -- Acknowledgements -- Note -- References -- Chapter 9 Context Processing and Cognitive Control: From Gating Models to Dual Mechanisms -- Context Processing and Gating Models -- The DMC Framework -- Directions for Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 10 Cognitive Control as Cost-Benefit Decision Making -- Why Exert Control? The Demands for (and Benefits of) Control -- Why Not Exert Control? -- Why Is Control Costly? -- Putting It All Together: A Cost-Benefit Trade-Off in Cognitive Control -- Under the Hood: Neural Circuitry for Control Evaluation and Specification -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 11 Control of Behaviour by Competing Learning Systems -- Introduction -- Defining Goal-Directed Action and Habits -- Investigating the Goal-Directed Versus Habitual Status of Behaviour -- Neurobiology of Action and Habit -- Dual Systems -- Clinical Relevance -- Challenges for the Field -- References -- Chapter 12 Hierarchical Control of Behaviour in Human Prefrontal Cortex -- Overall Functional Anatomy of Human Frontal Lobes -- Cognitive Control as Inference Over Task Sets -- Cognitive Control as Hierarchical Organisation of Behaviour -- Cognitive Control as Counterfactual Reasoning -- Conclusion -- References
Chapter 13 Dynamic Coding for Flexible Cognitive Control -- Introduction-The Importance of Cognitive Control -- Cognitive Flexibility -- Flexible Representations in the PFC -- Flexibility in Networks -- Discussion Topics/Future Directions -- References -- Chapter 14 Neurophysiological Oscillations and Action Monitoring -- To Err Is Neural -- Studying Action Monitoring and Action Adjustments in the Laboratory -- Neural Oscillations to Study Neural Mechanisms of Cognition -- Midfrontal Theta Oscillations and Action Monitoring -- Midfrontal Theta and Other Cognitive Control Processes -- Why Is So Little Known About Midfrontal Theta? -- The Promise and Pitfalls of Animal Models for Understanding Human Cognitive Control -- Laminar and Microcircuit Organisation of the Medial Prefrontal Cortex -- A Possible Neural Microcircuit Underlying Action Monitoring and Adjustments -- Why Is Action Monitoring Associated With the Theta Band? -- Important Future Directions -- References -- Chapter 15 Models of Anterior Cingulate Cortex Function in Cognitive Control -- The Conflict Model -- Challenges to the Conflict Model -- Reinforcement Theories of the ERN -- The Error Likelihood Model -- More Constraints on ACC Models -- The Prediction of Responses and Outcomes (PRO) Model -- Value Models -- Oscillatory Models -- Control Signals: How Does the ACC Influence Other Brain Regions? -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 16 The Neuroanatomy and Neurochemistry of Response Inhibition -- Introduction -- Measuring Inhibition in the Cognitive Neurosciences -- Brain Regions and Networks Involved in Inhibition -- Anatomo-Functional Role of Brain Regions and Networks Involved in Inhibition -- Summary of the Brain Circuitries Involved in Response Inhibition -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 17 Neural Bases of Performance Monitoring
What Is Performance Monitoring? -- Brain Correlates of Performance Monitoring -- Performance Monitoring Signals and Theories -- Recruitment of Control and Adaptation Based On Performance Monitoring -- Outlook -- References -- Chapter 18 Control and Connectivity: Dynamic Networks in the Human Brain -- Applying Network Science to Neuroscience -- Cognitive Control as a Network Phenomenon -- Dissociations within the Cognitive Control Network -- Nested Cognitive Control Networks: From One Network to Many Sub‐Networks -- Identification of Cognitive Control Sub-Networks -- Beyond Networks to Network Mechanisms: Biased Competition and Guided Activation -- Flexible Hubs as a Network Mechanism for Cognitive Control -- Outstanding Questions Regarding the Brain Network Basis of Cognitive Control -- Acknowledgements -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 19 The Neurochemical Modulation of Prefrontal Control Processes -- Introduction -- Neurochemistry of Cognitive Control: Basic Neuroscience Studies -- Neurochemical Modulation of PFC During Cognitive Control in Humans -- Conclusions -- References -- Section III Cognitive Control in Context: Interactions with Other Cognitive and Affective Domains -- Chapter 20 Cognitive Control in Memory Encoding and Retrieval -- Introduction -- Cognitive Control and Encoding -- Cognitive Control and Retrieval -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 21 Learning Cognitive Control -- Introduction -- Cognitive Control and the Gating Framework -- Learning Gating Policies -- Learning Control Representations -- Cognitive Control Over Learning -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 22 Cognitive Control and Emotional Processing -- Thorny Conceptual Issues -- Control and Emotional Processing -- Neural Interactions -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 23 Cognitive Control and Neuroeconomics -- Introduction
Cognitive Control of Motivation and Value -- Cognitive Control During Risky Decision Making -- Cognitive Control of Decision Strategies -- Cognitive Control in Natural Decisions -- Summary of Regulation of Reward and Decision Making -- References -- Chapter 24 Cognitive Control and Reward -- Introduction -- Modulations of Preparatory Attentional Control via Reward Cues -- Within-Trial and Post-Trial Modulations due to Stimulus-Reward Associations -- Additional Considerations -- Conclusions and Outlook -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 25 The Social-Psychological Perspective on Self-Regulation -- Foundations of Self-Regulation -- Self-Regulatory Processes -- Self-Regulatory Strategies -- Summary and Conclusions -- Acknowledgement -- Note -- References -- Section IV Cognitive Control in Practice: Development, Training, and Clinical Perspectives -- Chapter 26 The Neurobiology of Adolescent Self-Control -- Introduction -- Development of Cognitive Control -- Reorganisation of the Brain During Adolescence -- Motivational and Socioemotional Influences on Cognitive Control Development -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 27 Cognitive Control and the Ageing Brain -- Introduction -- Selective Attention and Inhibitory Control -- Working Memory -- Multitasking and Task Switching -- Enhancing Cognitive Control in Ageing -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 28 Working Memory Training -- How Can We Understand the Current Literature on Working Memory Training? -- Benefits of a Working Memory Training Programme for Inattention in Daily Life: An Update -- A Relative Comparison of Effect Sizes -- Benefits of a Working Memory Training Programme: Evidence From Meta-Analyses -- Conclusions and Future Directions for Working Memory Training Research -- References -- Chapter 29 Cognitive Control in the Injured Brain -- History
The Injured Brain: Source of Basic Knowledge and Translational Target
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