Notes on Contributors viii Acknowledgments xi Section I The Basics of Cognitive Control: Theoretical Constructs and Behavioural Phenomena 1 1 Cognitive Control: Core Constructs and Current Considerations 3 Jonathan D. Cohen 2 Task Set Regulation 29 Stephen Monsell 3 Attentional Control and Working Memory Capacity 50 Matt E. Meier and Michael J. Kane 4 Conflict Adaptation: Past, Present, and Future of the Congruency Sequence Effect as an Index of Cognitive Control 64 Tobias Egner 5 Context, Conflict, and Control 79 Julie M. Bugg 6 Control in Response Inhibition 97 Frederick Verbruggen and Gordon D. Logan 7 Consciousness and Action Control 111 Bernhard Hommel Section II Models of Cognitive Control: Computations, Mechanisms, and Neuroanatomy 125 8 Computational Models of Cognitive Control 127 Tom Verguts 9 Context Processing and Cognitive Control: From Gating Models to Dual Mechanisms 143 Kimberly S. Chiew and Todd S. Braver 10 Cognitive Control as Cost Benefit Decision Making 167 Wouter Kool, Amitai Shenhav, and Matthew M. Botvinick 11 Control of Behaviour by Competing Learning Systems 190 Sanne de Wit 12 Hierarchical Control of Behaviour in Human Prefrontal Cortex 207 Sandrine Duverne and Etienne Koechlin 13 Dynamic Coding for Flexible Cognitive Control 221 Mark G. Stokes, Timothy J. Buschman, and Earl K. Miller 14 Neurophysiological Oscillations and Action Monitoring 242 Michael X. Cohen 15 Models of Anterior Cingulate Cortex Function in Cognitive Control 259 Joshua W. Brown 16 The Neuroanatomy and Neurochemistry of Response Inhibition 274 Birte U. Forstmann and Anneke Alkemade 17 Neural Bases of Performance Monitoring 292 Markus Ullsperger 18 Control and Connectivity: Dynamic Networks in the Human Brain 314 Michael W. Cole 19 The Neurochemical Modulation of Prefrontal Control Processes 334 Trevor W. Robbins and Angie A. Kehagia Section III Cognitive Control in Context: Interactions with Other Cognitive and Affective Domains 355 20 Cognitive Control in Memory Encoding and Retrieval 357 Nicole M. Dudukovic and Brice A. Kuhl 21 Learning Cognitive Control 376 Apoorva Bhandari, David Badre, and Michael J. Frank 22 Cognitive Control and Emotional Processing 392 Luiz Pessoa 23 Cognitive Control and Neuroeconomics 408 Amy A. Winecoff and Scott A. Huettel 24 Cognitive Control and Reward 422 Ruth M. Krebs and Marty G. Woldorff 25 The Social Psychological Perspective on Self Regulation 440 Erin K. Davisson and Rick H. Hoyle Section IV Cognitive Control in Practice: Development, Training, and Clinical Perspectives 455 26 The Neurobiology of Adolescent Self Control 457 Alexandra O. Cohen and B. J. Casey 27 Cognitive Control and the Ageing Brain 476 Theodore P. Zanto and Adam Gazzaley 28 Working Memory Training 491 Megan Spencer Smith and Torkel Klingberg 29 Cognitive Control in the Injured Brain 513 Lesley K. Fellows 30 Transdiagnostic Impairment in Cognitive Control Neurocircuits: Behaviour, Structure, and Function 539 Lisa M. McTeague, Madeleine S. Goodkind, and Amit Etkin 31 Cognitive Control in Schizophrenia: Psychological and Neural Mechanisms 556 Deanna M. Barch and Julia M. Sheffield 32 The Neural Basis of Response Inhibition and Substance Abuse 581 Bader Chaarani, Philip A. Spechler, Kelsey E. Hudson, John J. Foxe, Alexandra S. Potter, and Hugh Garavan 33 Cognitive Control in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 602 Patrick de Zeeuw and Sarah Durston Index 619
Tobias Egner is Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Director of Graduate Studies in the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at Duke University, USA. Originally from Berlin, Germany, he received his Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of London in 2002 and was awarded postdoctoral research fellowships at Columbia University and Northwestern University prior to joining the faculty at Duke in 2009. He has authored dozens of influential research and theory papers on the psychological and neural mechanisms of cognitive control.
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